Devil May Cry 3 Scandal Sheet comes to Switch for the first time on Feb. 20– nine months after the initial Devil May Cry hit the system. The new Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition also brings a substantial quality of life improvement to the 2005 action game: the ability to effortlessly switch your weapon style on the go.
In Devil May Cry 4, Devil May Cry 5, and DMC, you can change up which weapons you’re utilizing pretty rapidly. In the initial Devil May Cry 3, things were a bit more complicated.
While Devil May Cry 3‘s developers developed the game’s style-based gameplay, gamers could only trade out swords for guns or royal guard prior to missions or at the mid-mission conserve points– never on the go. This made changing styles more punishing, as you could get stuck on a location with a brand-new style you aren’t familiar with.
However the new smooth design changing works similar to the other games– you switch weapons with the d-pad at any moment. This new system also deals with the Doppelganger and Quicksilver styles you make later in the game.
Capcom promised more function announcements for the Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition on Jan. 30 and Feb. 13.