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Devil May Cry 5's Most Expensive Bundle Costs $8600

They're Japan-only (for now)


Capcom has announced three fairly expensive Ultra Limited Edition bundles for Devil May Cry 5. For now, all three bundles are scheduled to release exclusively in Japan.

The most expensive Ultra Limited Edition, according to Kotaku, costs 972,000 yen. With tax, that's about $8,600 USD / 6,631 GBP. The bundle includes the game, interchangeable box art, and Dante's leather jacket, stylized off what the character's motion actor wore for the game.

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There's a cheaper version of the Ultra Limited Edition that comes with Nero's jacket instead and costs 810,000 yen, or about $7,176 USD / 5,533 GBP. You can buy the bundle with Nero's jacket undamaged, like in previous games, or slightly ripped up like how it appears in DMC 5. The version of the bundle that comes with V's jacket has the lowest price tag at 648,000 yen. That's about $5,741 USD / 4,427 GBP.

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If you don't want to import the game from Japan, or simply wish to avoid dropping a few thousand dollars on a video game, Devil May Cry 5 has a cheaper Deluxe Edition. Only costing $70 USD, the Deluxe Edition includes three Devilbreaker weapons, live-action cutscenes, 12 music tracks from Devil May Cry 1-4, the Cavaliere motorcycle weapon for Dante, and other digital content.

Devil May Cry 5 is the first mainline game in the series since 2008's Devil May Cry 4. Both Dante and Nero return in DMC 5 as playable characters, and they're joined by a strange newcomer named V. The story takes place several years after the events of DMC 4, with Nero setting up his own demon hunting agency and Dante and V working together to solve mysterious events happening around the world.

Devil May Cry 5 releases for Xbox One, PS4, and PC on March 8, 2019.

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