The latest updates for "Devil May Cry 5" reveal two new important details for Capcom's popular demon action-hack n' slash title. A post from the 4Chan forum revealed the rumored fifth game will be showcased at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo event. This supports a previous report from last year that Capcom will likely announce "DMC 5" at the event after not appearing at the PlayStation Experience event.

The sequel was also spotted on an Austrian retail website, Gameware, with a retail price and 2018 release date for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

The "Devil May Cry" game series is focused on a demon hunter named Dante, who wages a one-man war against the demons who invade the human world.

'Devil May Cry 5' announcement teased

According to Gamerant, the 4Chan post revealed that "Devil May Cry 5" is listed amongst the upcoming video game titles that will be featured at E3 2018. Other titles being showcased at the event include "MediEvil," "Spider-Man," "Resident Evil 2" Remake, "Spyro: Reignited Trilogy," "Kingdom Hearts 3," "Final Fantasy 7" Remake, and more.

The list also revealed that "DMC 5" will have a demo gameplay at the event, but it is unknown if it will be playable or just a demo reel that Capcom will present during its announcement.

The Japanese video game publisher previously announced that they are working on two new titles for next year, and video gamers have debated whether it could be "Resident Evil 2" Remake, or "DMC 5." But with list leaked online, it seems that that gamers will see both titles showcased at the event.

Pre-order price revealed

Austrian retail website Gameverse listed "Devil May Cry 5" with an equivalent price of $81.81 for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles and a 2018 release, according to JustPushStart.

The list did not give more details about the game and fans are skeptical about the legitimacy of the retail list.

It is rumored that "DMC 5" will be a continuation of the main series rather than a sequel to the "DmC: Devil May Cry" game from Ninja Theory. Players will assume the role of Dante and he will be facing Mundus again in the game.

The level designs are much more open than the previous titles, but it will not be an open-world.

The gameplay combat will feature a revamped "Style System" with smoother and fluid details. Players will encounter more enemy units in one area and boss battles will be more dramatic and interactive.

Trish and Vergil are rumored to return to the sequel and players can switch characters during key points in the story.