'Devil May Cry 5' Could Be In The Making; Fans Speculate It's Debut During E3 2016 [Rumor]


Good news for "Devil May Cry" fans finally! Makers are ready with the fifth installment of the action-packed series. It is in the making and is expected to be announced soon, according to some alleged leaks and slips on social media.

The fifth installment of "Devil May Cry," the popular action-adventure video game is in active development, according to rumors that seem to be coming from a photo posted on Johnny Yong Bosch's Facebook page.

For those who don't know, Bosch is the actor who portrayed the role of Nero in the game's fourth installment." In the photo posted on social media, he can be seen in a motion capture suit along with Reuben Langdon, the actor who played Dante in "Devil May Cry 4."

Although the photo since has been taken down, speculations hinting that the highly-anticipated next installment of the game will appear soon to masses, probably Capcorn will take the wraps off it during one of the biggest events of the year, E3 2016.

"Devil May Cry" series was originally planned as a sequence of the extremely popular "Resident Evil" franchise. The game eventually made an impression of being one of the most action-packed game to date, but it has been eight long years since DMC 4 came out.  This means a new version is long overdue.

"Devil May Cry" makers, on the other hand have shown no signs of coming up with a sequel, thus disappointing the game's huge fan base, according to reports on SegmentNext.

If rumors doing rounds are anything to go by, this is about to change.

Nevertheless, the Facebook post by Johnny Yong Bosch has certainly raised a few eyebrows, and fans are looking forward to the next installment in the "Devil May Cry" series.

On the other hand, there is a possibility that the two actors could just be friends and it's quite normal for friends to be spotted together, right?

But the fans probably won't take this as an explanation and we can't blame them. The last time these two were together, it was for the fourth installment of "Devil May Cry," so there's huge possibility that they have come together yet again to work on "Devil May Cry 5."

As of now, there is no confirmation about the development from the team behind the game, fans need to take these rumors with a grain of salt.

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