You may not like Dante's new look, but you've gotta admit that the Must Style gameplay modifier for DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition is quite awesome.

Capcom has released a new trailer for the DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition and it is all about Dante's improved ability to combo enemies. He's going to need it, with the new Must Style gameplay modifier. Must Style Mode only lets enemies be damaged when Dante's Style Rank is S or above, so you've gotta stay perfect with your fighting, otherwise nothing is going to die at all. This means you're going to need to use Dante's full arsenal, keep things varied, maintain seamless combos and dodge every enemy's hit. If you play DmC on a low difficulty and enable this Must Style mode, you're basically turning a roomful of demons into your own training dojo until you start mastering the game.

The Definitive Edition of DmC Devil May Cry will feature a 1080p and 60 fps display. New features include a new Bloody Palace mode for Vergil, a Turbo Mode where everything is 20 percent faster and a Hardcore Mode, which is catered towards the die hard fans of DMC 1 and 3. The new Gods Must Die difficulty lets enemies have their own Devil Trigger mode that they can activate (let that sink in for a moment), where their damage is 2.5 times higher than normal.  Of course, there are now achievements and leaderboards for all your scores as well as additional costumes that the original version of DmC Devil May Cry didn't have.

Dmc Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition will be hitting the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 10.