Buy DMC3, DMC4 And DmC Devil May Cry For $60 On PC

By Ishaan . December 19, 2012 . 8:52am

Planning on picking up DmC Devil May Cry for PC? You may want to check out these fantastic deals that are running on Steam.


For starters, the Steam version of DmC Devil May Cry will cost $50. Pre-purchasing it will net you a free costume pack of some sort.


Additionally, a “DmC Complete Pack” bundle is available for pre-purchase for $60. This will include Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition, Devil May Cry 4 and DmC Devil May Cry.


As previously reported, the PC version of DmC Devil May Cry will run at 60fps (or higher), provided your PC can handle it. To check out minimum requirements and PC version screenshots, look here.

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  • MrRobbyM

    I’m all for costumes!

  • EdgeKun

    I’d just like to note to anyone interested, apparently DMC3 is a bad port. Like a horribly bad port. Framerate + graphics issues, control issues, the works. $60 isn’t bad to get DMC and DMC4, but be forewarned regarding the PC version of DMC3. D: I for one would not factor it into the value of the $60 pack.

    • Woah, woah, woah. I’ve played DMC3SE on PC and I didn’t find anything wrong with it. I mean, it’s been several years now, so I could be forgetting some of the finer details, but as I recall, it was very playable and I never ran into any glaring issues.

      • eilegz

        it seems that dmc3 and re4 ports were outsorced and it was pretty poor quality overall.

        • Sorry, but this is falsified information. DMC4 on PC is amazing, and in general is one of the best PC versions of a game meant for consoles that I’ve seen. That tends to be the case with most games developed on MT Framework, since it’s a PC environment.

          If you have evidence to the contrary, you’re most welcome to present it.

          Whoops, sorry, my bad! I saw DMC4, not RE4. Yeah, RE4 was by Ubisoft and was terrible.

          • M.C.M

            Must be blind because eliegz didn’t mention anything about DMC4 being a poor port.

          • Doh! Thanks for pointing that out.

      • EdgeKun

        Interesting to note! I had a pretty bad time with performance, as well as trying to get control bindings to work properly. I’d also heard a fair number of similar stories, though I’ll happily accept the experience of others for counterpoints. =)

    • Keyanf

      It’s the kind of PC port you are better off emulating instead.

  • Hm. 1 new release and 2 games for 50 Euro isn’t that bad a deal, but at the same time, 3 is already in HD Collection, so the PC version would become obsolete once I buy that on PS3. And buying only 4 and DmC actually costs like 1 Euro more than the bundle itself. But buying the HD Collection, 4 and DmC on PS3 separately is bound to cost far more than the PC bundle itself…

    Nevermind, I think I’ll pass on this and just go for it on PS3 one thing at a time.

    • Naturally, this is for people who want a deal on the PC versions and not people who already own the HD Collection. :P

      • I know. I’m just considering the options I have, since I’m not sure if my machine would be able to run DmC well.

  • Joom

    DMC 4 is $7 on Origin right now.

  • Göran Isacson

    huh. That’s a pretty neat deal, but I already own the old games on console… but I admit that I’m curious now. Were the DMC ports for PC any good? Like, if one has a gamepad were they equal or perhaps even better than the console counterparts?

    • 4 is fantastic on PC. Someone down below said 3SE was a bad port, but I own that, too, and I can’t remember it being bad in the least. Ran at a higher resolution, worked fine with a gamepad, framerate seemed okay to my recollection. But you may wanna look around for specifics on 3.

  • Tom_Phoenix

    Now that Capcom has started releasing games on GOG, I hope we will eventually see DMC3SE and DMC4 on there as well.

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