We’re close to the first anniversary of the release of Devil May Cry 5, and developer Capcom has been actively hyping up the Switch re-release of another favorite in the series, Devil May Cry 3.
Earlier this month, Capcom revealed that DMC3 would see a large amount of changes, including Style-Switching, for its debut on Switch on February 20, making it stand out from other ports.
And now, Capcom producer Matt Walker revealed that DMC3 on Switch features an expanded weapon-swapping system, allowing Dante even more freedom in changing his gear on the fly.
DMC3 already had a fairly standard weapon-swap system, first introduced in DMC2, the Switch version broadens it a bit more. Along with a more flexible loadout, you’ll also be able to change to any of the game’s weapons–both melee and firearms – on the fly during battle.
Devil May Cry 3 on Switch will feature a new mode called Free Style, which is where the new changes to the game can be experienced. If you’re a purist and want to stick with the game as it was, then the base game will be available as well. However, it is worth noting that many of these changes will radically overhaul the flow of the game.
These changes will be coming to the Switch release, but there hasn’t been any word about a possible update to the existing PC, PS4, Xbox One versions.