Fifteen years after its initial release, Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition launches today on Nintendo Switch.
As we mentioned last month, the Switch version of the game includes seamless style switching. The style switch option allows players to choose between the six combat styles in the game, offering more fluid combat options and creating opportunities for new combos.
Players can also now choose to cut a path through each floor of the Bloody Palace survival mode in local co-op right after creating a save file. The Bloody Palace comes with all 9,999 floors.
Devil May Cry 3 was originally released as a PS2 exclusive back in 2005 and ported to PC in 2006. The hack and slash game is considered one of the best games released on PS2. It was re-released as part of the Devil May Cry HD Collection for PS3 and Xbox 360. However, the Switch version is the first to include dynamic style switching.