On Steam Deck, Devil May Cry V looks like this

Capcom has produced a new video demonstrating how their fantastic hack and slash game looks and plays on the new Valve portable.

On Steam Deck, Devil May Cry V looks like this

Although some of us are still hurting from the Steam Deck delay and will be unable to enjoy Valve's new portable console this Christmas, that does not mean the firm will stop providing us promotional materials with which we may continue to look at it. to its operation and performance

Devil May Cry V is now available on Steam.

Capcom has just released a video showing us how one of its most acclaimed titles from recent years looks on this gadget, which is unsurprising. Of course, we're talking about Devil May Cry V, the fantastic hack and slash with which Dante has reclaimed his place at the top of the industry.

This allows us to examine the hardware once more, as well as how we will need to position our hands to hold the machine and easily reach all of the buttons that an adventure with these qualities necessitates. And we're watching Nero, Dante, Vergil, and V murder demons with complete ease.

Everything about Steam Deck

As previously stated, Steam Deck was supposed to launch in December, but it was eventually postponed until February 2022 owing to supply chain issues that are affecting a variety of businesses and raising the pricing of various products.

It'll be a portable console that lets us play all Steam games on the go. It is already available for pre-order, with three variants available: 64 GB for € 419, 256 GB for € 549, and 512 GB for € 679. If you want to learn all about it, we recommend reading our in-depth special report, in which we cover everything you need to know about this item.

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