The latest updates for "Devil May Cry 5" reveal more gameplay details and a demo for the sequel at this year's Gamescom event. Capcom officials announced the game at the Electronic Entertainment Expo event along with a teaser trailer. Video game fans rejoiced at the return of Nero and Dante for the next generation of video game platforms.

Game director Hideaki Itsuno and producers Michiteru Okabe and Matthew Walker are more than happy to dish out new information about the sequel's story, characters, and features. Video game fans will also enjoy themselves by testing out the game demo.

They gave their thoughts and opinions about how Capcom can make it better.

'Devil May Cry 5' demo at Gamescom 2018

According to Game Rant, Capcom is working on a gameplay demo for "Devil May Cry 5" and they will present it at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany on August 21 to 25. The demo was first teased by director Hideaki Itsuno during a previous interview in the Capcom TV live stream. He also revealed details about Nero's new robot arm, Devil Breaker, and how it similar and different from the Devil Bringer in "Devil May Cry 4."

Helping Itsuno along the way are producers Michiteru Okabe and Matthew Walker and they will give out their own insights about the sequel at the Gamescom event. The story of the sequel will feature Nero as the main character and he will fight a demonic invasion in Red Grave City.

The game will introduce a new female lead named Nico and Itsuno confirmed that she is the granddaughter of Neil Goldstein, the creator of Dante's signature guns, Ebony and Ivory. She will help Nero fight off the demons by upgrading the Devil Breaker. Okabe also confirmed that Dante's twin brother, Vergil, is Nero's biological father after years of fan speculations and rumors.

It was rumored that Vergil might return to the sequel since there are will be three playable characters. Dante will be older in the game's story but still has the same immature swagger.

The ever-changing music of 'DMC5'

Okabe told Gamespark (via GearNuke) that "Devil May Cry 5's" soundtrack is ever-changing whenever players perform style ranks at a certain frame of time during battles.

This means that the more chained combos they perform, the more they hear the rest of the music with a matching chorus.

The "Devil May Cry" series has been defined by its heavy rock music and video game fans were able to listen to Nero's new theme "Devil Trigger," during the E3 2018 announcement. Fans might be expecting more music from the game when Capcom attends Gamescom in August.