CAPCOM recently stated that for Devil May Cry 5, they learned a lot of things from Ninja Theory. They would like to team up with them again in the future.
Devil May Cry 5 devs learned so much
Game director Hideaki Itsuno told a gaming publication in an exclusive interview that CAPCOm was not satisfied with the DmC: Devil May Cry project. They have learned a lot from Ninja Theory and praised them for being style incarnate.
Itsuno said that he went to Cambridge once every couple of months to visit and work with the guys from Ninja Theory. He praised them for what they did to the game they developed, the art style, and the animations. He even said that what they did was real style.
With the things they learned, CAPCOM developers are now implementing them in the upcoming video game of the Devil May Cry series. It has improved greatly the game and now a lot of gamers are excited to play it.
Itsuno even stated that for him, DmC is his favorite Devil May Cry game from the series. The developers wanted to make the fifth title to be in a way that people who enjoyed it will enjoy the way it controls, just like they enjoyed DmC.
The director laughed after they were asked if they are willing to work with Ninja Theory again in the future. He said that they would love to work with them, but they would need clearance from Microsoft.
The game will launch on PlayStation 4 next year, March 9, 2019.
Source: Game Informer