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DAILY DEAD: Devil May Cry 5 Q&A with Composer Cody Matthew Johnson

The wait for Devil May Cry 5 is almost over..

"With only a few days left until the Devil May Cry 5 release, Capcom gave a tease Thursday of what fans can expect with the final trailer reveal. Under the trailer were the cautionary words, WARNING! Spoilers ahead, though they may be very motivating… The world as we know it is falling apart and it's up to Nero, Dante, and V to team up and face the ultimate challenge in ” sparking even more chatter online. It's been eight years since Devil May Cry 4 and six years from the last Devil May Cry game altogether, so followers of the game are ecstatic the wait is almost over.

Music is a major component of Devil May Cry

The music has always been a major component of the Devil May Cry series, this chapter being no different. Tracks such as ‘Devil Trigger’, ‘Subhuman’ and ‘Crimson Cloud’ have already been released and together garnered over 20 million listens. An original soundtrack consisting of 136 tracks is also being released March 20. In the below exclusive interview composer Cody Matthew Johnson discusses his track, ‘Subhuman’ and what fans can expect, musically, from Devil May Cry 5.

Devil May Cry 5 releases for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC worldwide on March 8, 2019.

Read the interview below:

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