Capcom Co., Ltd. this week said Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition for Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox Series S will not support ray-tracing.
Conversely, ray-tracing will be available as a downloadable title update for the Xbox Series X version.
The Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition Xbox Series X SKU will offer ray-tracing in 4K at 30FPS or 1080P at 60FPS.
Ray-tracing is a rendering technique to simulate real world lighting.
Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition will include Vergil as a playable character, Turbo Mode, Legendary Dark Knight Mode, 120 frames-per-second option, and 3D audio.
The title includes three characters, trademark shooting, melee action, and new Devil Breaker arms to battle against demonic enemies in Red Grave City.
The final game utilizes the RE Engine and is directed by Hideaki Itsuno.
It will be sold in digital format in Nov. at $39.99. A retail SKU will be sold in Dec.