Watch Dante's high-octane style of gameplay get even faster with the new Turbo Mode being added into DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition.

Ninja Theory has posted a split screen comparison video for DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition that highlights the differences in gameplay for its new Turbo Mode. Whether you're playing as Dante or Vergil, Turbo Mode can be toggled at any time to provide a 20 percent speed boost in overall gameplay. Turbo Mode can also be activated regardless of the difficulty you're playing, even if you're playing Gods Must Die. We're pretty sure this mode will look amazing on TV screens that can run at 60 fps. In particular, Vergil's summoned swords technique moves a lot smoother and faster, resulting in them repeatedly adding to your combo meter. The Devil May Cry series is known for its grueling difficulties and insane combo-ability, and Turbo Mode caters to both of these features.

DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition will feature Vergil's new Bloody Palace mode. It will also feature a Gods Must Die difficulty where enemies can start their own Devil Trigger mode (for 2.5 times more damage). There is a new manual lock-on feature added so you can focus and home in on a specific enemy while fighting. As expected with a Definitive Edition, DmC will feature 1080p and 60 fps visuals.

Dante and Vergil return in DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition when it launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 10.