Game company CAPCOM recently shared an update on social media about the upcoming video game Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition for Xbox Series X/S.
CAPCOM revealed that the Xbox Series X version will support ray tracing feature, but its counterpart, the Xbox Series S will not, unfortunately. The ray tracing feature will come in a future downloadable update for the Series X.
Both versions will still offer 120fps, 3D audio, reduced load times, the Legendary Dark Knight difficulty, turbo mode, and playable Vergil. There is just the difference of the ray tracing feature. No other details related to the reason for not supporting it on Series S.
Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition is coming to Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 on their respective launch days.