Jun 7, 2008

Devil May Cry 4 PC version - Demo Download available now

The demo of Devil May Cry 4 for PC version is now available for download. From Capcom Japan, the DMC4 page has a link for Intel graphic and another one is for NVIDIA. Currently only the NVIDIA DMC4 demo is available (links below), and the demo for Intel version suppose to be HERE, but the time I visit was not avail to download yet, hope sooner they will have an update for the Intel graphic users.

Download Devil May Cry 4 demo here.

Benchmark Mode:

Trial Mode:

<Recommended System Requirement>

OS:Windows XP / Windows Vista
CPU:Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory:1GB or more (Windows XP)/2GB or more (Windows Vista)
HDD:8.0GB or more
Monitor:1280 × 720 or better
Video Card:NVIDIA GeForce 8600 or above
DVD-ROM Drive:DVD9 Drive
Sound Drive:DirectX 9.0c or above
Control Device:Xbox 360 Controller/Gamepad for Window

<Minumum System Requirement>

OS:Windows XP / Windows Vista
CPU:Pentium 4 HT above
Memory:512MB or more (Windows XP)/1GB or more (Windows Vista)
HDD:8.0GB or more
Monitor:640 × 480 or better
Video Card:DirectX 9.0c/Shader 3.0 above, NVIDIA Geforce 6600 or above (※Excluded NVIDIA Geforce 7300)
DVD-ROM Drive:DVD9 Drive
Sound Card:DirectX 9.0c or above
Control Device:Mouse, Keyboard

More info:
Japanese Official Site
Product Features

Devil May Cry 4 PC version will be release in July 2008 for US (no exact date yet) and 7/24/2008 for Japan version. Again, this is more than the PS3 and Xbox 360 version that were released early of 2008



Berserker said...

I'm tempted to try the demo, but I don't really want to play it without a control pad - think I'll just wait till the full game. That will give me time to get a good joypad. Been looking at some in the stores just in case I pick up DMC4 on PC.

With all the new console games being released, I am experiencing a money drought at the moment, even for controllers. :p

Berserker said...

I went ahead and downloaded it anyway. It doesn't run as well as I thought it would on my comp. The FPS is only about 30 with default settings and about 40 with all the settings turned down low.

sephirosuy said...

The FPS setting that I able use is "variable", sadly I have to decrease the resolution, quality, texture etc, but it still doesn't run smooth for me in certain parts :(

Berserker said...

That's the same way mine is. I have basically all of the recommended requirements except I have an NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT.

If I set it to "60 FPS or higher" then everything is in slow motion. Reducing the Quality is the main aspect that speeds it up for me.

It basically always looks slow at points during the performance test no matter what I do though.