Bloody Palace in DEVIL MAY CRY 3 SPECIAL EDITION Will Be Playable in Local Co-Op on Nintendo Switch


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Bloody Palace in DEVIL MAY CRY 3 SPECIAL EDITION Will Be Playable in Local Co-Op on Nintendo Switch

Capcom has just announced the last feature that will make its debut in the Nintendo Switch port of Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition, as the upcoming title will allow players to test their skills in the Bloody Palace in a local co-op mode.

That's right, two players will finally have the chance to team-up and annihilate one wave of angry demons after another as the beloved siblings — Dante, the series' main protagonist, and his villainous brother, Vergil.

"Bloody Palace now has local co-op,” Capcom Producer Matt Walker said in a special announcement video on Twitter. “So now you’ll be able to play as Dante and Vergil — two players — it’s kind of like if you’ve played Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition before in the doppelganger style."

The Bloody Palace mode opened its gates for the first time in 2003's Devil May Cry 2 and has been an important part of the franchise’s identity ever since.

Previously, Capcom revealed that switching weapons on the fly and the brand-new Free Mode will be available in Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition, exclusively for the Switch. Check out Walker's message below:

Dante's past is now revealed as Devil May Cry returns to its roots. Master Dante's multiple fighting styles while battling never before seen demons and new characters as you fight your way towards a brutal confrontation with Dante's mysterious twin brother, Vergil.

Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition is currently available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC (via Steam); coming to Nintendo Switch of the 20th of February. 

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