Capcom released a new sizzle reel for DmC: Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition filled with dubstep and highlights the badass demon brutalizing action to be had with Vergil as he takes a stab at the Bloody Palace mode for the first time.

Dominic Matthews, the manager of product development at Ninja Theory, has stated that Vergil’s Bloody Palace goes on for 60 levels. Dante’s Bloody Palace slowly increased the difficulty,but Vergil’s kicks off at Nephilim for 20 or so packs of enemies, then jacks it up to Son of Sparda and plateaus on Vergil Must Die.

The Bloody Palace for Vergil is one of many new components, like manual target lock and updates included with the retooled Definitive Edition.

The PS4 and Xbox One release of DmC: Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition will be available on March 10. To sweeten the deal it will retail for $39.99, an incredibly reasonable price consider the Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition is $69.99 on the PS Store, so if you passed on DmC: Devil May Cry the first time, there’s never been a better time to dive into Limbo and get a little bloody.

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