Devil May Cry HD Collection official artwork showing off Dante

If you're a fan of stylish yet insanely difficult action games, you might be interested to hear that the Devil May Cry HD Collection will be making its way to PC and consoles this March 13th. Since the name isn't exactly self-explanatory, it is worth pointing out that the HD Collection consists of the original Devil May Cry, as well as Devil May Cry 2 and Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition.

The full list of features hasn't been announced just yet, but you can expect to see slightly improved visuals and the ability to play in 60 FPS. If you're wondering what this might look like in-game, you'll find the answers you seek in the recently posted trailer down below. Have a look:

I would love to offer you more information, but I'm afraid that Capcom is being incredibly tight-lipped about this one. The one thing I will say, however, is that the HD Collection will probably be worth grabbing provided there aren't any major issues. While the humor hasn't exactly aged well, the Devil May Cry series was and still is a great deal of fun, so if you're into these types of action games it's definitely worth checking out.

You can learn more about the Devil May Cry HD Collection by heading over to Steam or the official blog, though don't expect to find much in terms of details. And finally, I'll leave you with a few images, just to give you a bit of an idea of what the HD Collection really looks like. Have a gander, but don't forget to click on the images to get to the bigger version:

Devil May Cry HD Collection screenshot of Dante walking towards the camera

Devil May Cry HD Collection screenshot of a graveyard duel from a cinematic

Devil May Cry HD Collection screenshot of Dante fighting a flying monster