[PC] - Devil May Cry 5 Pre Order $39.19 / $52.79 on CDKeys.com

Oct 25, 2017
5,486
#1
We had one for RE2 and people liked it so I decided to make one for DMC5 too.

Keys are apparently worldwide, they were for RE2, you can easily refund them if they turn out not to be.

Standard: https://www.cdkeys.com/pc/games/devil-may-cry-5-pc-steam-cd-key

Deluxe: https://www.cdkeys.com/pc/games/devil-may-cry-5-deluxe-edition-steam-pc


Usual disclaimer: cdkeys usually get their keys from boxed copies in low cost regions and that's why they can sell games for this cheap. I have no affiliation to the site other than buying most of my games there.

Hope this helps people.
 
Oct 25, 2017
5,360
#2
Well, damn. I've already got the PS4 version preordered though. Do we know anything about the quality of the port thus far?
And is there friggin' Denuvo?
 
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Mifec
Oct 25, 2017
5,486
#3
Well, damn. I've already got the PS4 version preordered though. Do we know anything about the quality of the port thus far?
And is there friggin' Denuvo?
There is Denuvo just like RE, sadly. So far all RE Engine games were amazing on PC but nope we didn't see it yet.
 
#5
Reminder if you have a 570/580 you can buy the DMC V/ RE2/ The Division 2 code from ebay for around $40 you get to choose two
If you have 590/Vega 56/Vega 64 you choose all three for around $80 although it's rare to see as a listing.
 
Oct 25, 2017
5,225
#6
I'm so buying the deluxe version from cdkeys soon, my first purchase from that site was REmake 2 and everything went well.

In my region, DMCV Deluxe is 76 bucks, which is fucking insane, so glad I can get it for an actual not BS price.

Any idea if we get those pre-order red orbs or that's a Steam exclusive thing? not a big deal but just wondering.
 

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Oct 25, 2017
3,416
Western Australia
#8
Capcom really needs to rethink its regional pricing. There are only eight countries where the Deluxe Edition is cheaper on Steam, and for two of them the 5% discount CD Keys offers negates the difference.
 
Nov 1, 2017
176
Brazil
#10
Capcom really needs to rethink its regional pricing. There are only eight countries where the Deluxe Edition is cheaper on Steam, and for two of them the 5% discount CD Keys offers negates the difference.
I was looking into that right now and, at least in my region, Steam prices for both versions are actually (a lot) lower than this offer. In fact, the Deluxe Edition in Steam costs the same as the Standard Edition in CD Keys.

I see a lot of threads about CD Keys and thought I could save buying from them, but it seems Steam is still the best option. For Brazil at least.
 
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Mifec
Oct 25, 2017
5,486
#11
I was looking into that right now and, at least in my region, Steam prices for both versions are actually (a lot) lower than this offer. In fact, the Deluxe Edition in Steam costs the same as the Standard Edition in CD Keys.

I see a lot of threads about CD Keys and thought I could save buying from them, but it seems Steam is still the best option. For Brazil at least.
There's a reason people bought from Nuuvem when it still had worldwide keys haha.
 
Oct 27, 2017
1,594
CA
#12
Yes CDkeys are legit.
Buy almost all my PC games from them if not GMG.
Not a single problem.
I literally just got my Farcry New Dawn key from them today 4 days in advance for preloading
 
Oct 27, 2017
2,297
#14
When I contemplated which version to buy it hit me the first time that the Deluxe Edition is totally not worth the asking price, especially at MSRP. All the stuff in there should have been in the base game.
 
Oct 25, 2017
1,860
Las Vegas
#15
When I contemplated which version to buy it hit me the first time that the Deluxe Edition is totally not worth the asking price, especially at MSRP. All the stuff in there should have been in the base game.
Actually compared to the stupid shit that justifies seeing MSRP of games like The Division being at 120 US Dollars and these ridiculous deluxe editions in general being 80 or 90 dollars plus, Capcom seems to be the few making their deluxe editions of their games (RE2, DMC5) only 10 dollars more than the standard edition. But yeah, all these things should be in the base game but that hope is long since past in the game's industry.
 
Oct 27, 2017
2,297
#17
Actually compared to the stupid shit that justifies seeing MSRP of games like The Division being at 120 US Dollars and these ridiculous deluxe editions in general being 80 or 90 dollars plus, Capcom seems to be the few making their deluxe editions of their games (RE2, DMC5) only 10 dollars more than the standard edition. But yeah, all these things should be in the base game but that hope is long since past in the game's industry.
The part that really broke it for me is that they ask extra money for the old music tracks, which didn't exactly cost them any effort that would justify that. And those "live action" cutscenes will be on Youtube on release day anyway.
 
Oct 25, 2017
1,860
Las Vegas
#18
The part that really broke it for me is that they ask extra money for the old music tracks, which didn't exactly cost them any effort that would justify that. And those "live action" cutscenes will be on Youtube on release day anyway.
Playing the demo and seeing the ridiculous amount of depth devil breakers can potential have, I wouldn't scoff at the 5 additional devil breaker weapons. Granted, outside of the MegaMan Buster and Sweet Surrender, the others are mostly just small modifications of existing ones in the base game, to me it's worth it enough.

Shit I'd pay 10 bucks alone for Punchline. All action games must have Punchline lol.
 
Oct 27, 2017
443
#21
Capcom really needs to rethink its regional pricing. There are only eight countries where the Deluxe Edition is cheaper on Steam, and for two of them the 5% discount CD Keys offers negates the difference.
Capcom, Activision, Bethesda and Namco usually sell their games around 65~70 dollars on the Mexican store.

God Eater 3 is 68 dollars. Monster Hunter World and Skyrim VR are $65.
 
Oct 27, 2017
3,722
#24
I pre-ordered the deluxe edition at Nuuvem for 69BRL, which is equivalent to about 19USD.

That said, I did so with an unrelated PayPal voucher that knocked 60BRL off the game's price, otherwise it'd be around 35USD.
 
Oct 25, 2017
5,581
#26
The part that really broke it for me is that they ask extra money for the old music tracks, which didn't exactly cost them any effort that would justify that. And those "live action" cutscenes will be on Youtube on release day anyway.
They probably had some work to make it work with the dynamic soundtrack thing the game has, so not exactly without any effort. But yeah.
 
Oct 25, 2017
2,210
#34
What happened with Capcom keys and region locking and the last couple games?
I thought they changed something not too long ago so they were region-locked?
I recall it being an issue with CD Keys and RE7 where they ended up having to refund a bunch because they ended up being Europe only.