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Devil May Cry 5 delay suggested by SteamDB listing

Devil May Cry 5 delay has been rumoured thanks to a game listing spotted on SteamDB.

As spotted by ResetEra, a SteamDB listing for Devil May Cry 5 pushes the game from 8 March to 7 May 2019. Curiously, the game also has a second SteamDB listing, though that one doesn’t have a release date at all.

Capcom has yet to comment on this blip, so we’ll keep you posted.

The rumour comes as a release date for the game’s second demo draws closer on both Xbox One and PS4. Players can expect the demo from 7 February.

For the moment, Devil May Cry 5 heads to Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 on 8 March 2019.

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