Created for the most dedicated Devil May Cry fans, the Ultra Limited Edition comes in three varieties and will set you back as much as $8,000 United States dollars (£6,100 / $11,100 AUD). Are you interested in the Ultra Limited Edition of Devil May Cry 5? The prices are 600,000 yen, 750,000 yen, and 900,000 yen respectively (approximately $5,319, $6,650, and $7,980). Which means you'll only need to stick away roughly £321/$420 every week till launch to afford Dante's outerwear. And if you're not inclined to spend in the four-figure range, there's also the "Classic Work Shirt" bundle which can be had for 11,852 yen, or $105.
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Replacement jackets for the game case will also be available, beginning with an original design by Shinkiro (Toshiaki Mori) a illustrator who previously worked with SNK and is now with Capcom. Another bonus is the EX Color Pack that introduces new costume colors for Dante, Nero, Nico, trish, Lady, and NPCs.
Devil May Cry 5 releases for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on March 8, 2019.