New Devil May Cry 5 Mod Ramps Up The Number of Enemies in Levels
Releasing last year to plenty of acclaims, Devil May Cry 5 was observed by many as a return to form for the demon-killing actions franchise. Opting to resurrect the series’ original style and ramble from Ninja Theory’s controversial reboot that debuted back in 2011, the one-fifth entry in the saga watched Dante, Nero, Vergil, and many additional franchise staples return for still another outing.
Obviously, the challenge was a big portion of the franchise’s roots, and Devil May Cry 5 certainly did not skimp out on attempting to replicate it in the sequel. But some apparently thought the match was not hard enough, with a pair of modders switching out the Son of Sparda problem for a chaotic custom style called Legendary Dark Knights.
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The modders in question, who move by The Hitchhiker and Dr. Penguin, created the mode with one purpose in mind: ramping up the number of enemies that predominate in any given area. Showing off the production via both an update video on the mod and several trailers for its launch, the modders show that the inclusion makes for a far more disorderly Devil May Cry experience than previously. Entering battle arenas now sees overwhelming crowds of formerly thwartable enemies appear, forcing the player to utilize their arsenal of high profile moves to handle the hordes.
The Devil May Cry 5 mod can be incredibly customizable, with sliders dictating how much harm enemies will send instead of how much they take and the number of enemies that will spawn in an area. Be warned, however, since The Hitchhiker asserts that bumping the number of enemies upward as large as it can go will be a meaty endeavor for hardware not equipped to handle it. Players will also alter the difficulty level too, so if they would like to go through the mod but do not want to fret too much about getting annihilated by waves of enemies, then the option will be available.
It’s definitely a significant change to Devil May Cry 5 that will pose a fun new challenge for committed demon-slayers looking to up their game. The combat experience remix is out today on Nexus Mods. This is not the only slice of new Devil May Cry 5 action players may dig into this week, however, since the game’s Special Edition port for the PlayStation 5 along with Xbox Series X is available digitally now. It will be releasing physically early next month also, supplying players with next-generation platforms accessibility to faster load times and enhanced visuals.