DmC Devil May Cry Artbook Features Unused Concepts And Creator Commentary

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Udon Entertainment have released an artbook for DmC Devil May Cry, titled DmC Devil May Cry Visual Art. The book is 192 pages in thickness, and collects all the concept art behind the game, along with unused concepts and creator commentary.

 

The book costs $39.99, but Amazon will have it available for less than $30. You can view a preview of the book below.

 

Additionally, a SoulCalibur artbook is available as well, and you can view a preview of that one here.

 

 


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