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‘Devil May Cry 5’ fans in Japan get insane $8,000 bundle

The entire mall will stare at you in this leather Dante jacket.
Imad Khan, @imad
10.22.18 in Gadgetry
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If you plan on dressing up as Dante for Halloween, this is the jacket to get. Capcom has announced a new Devil May Cry 5 "Ultra Limited Edition" bundle via its E-Capcom website. The bundle includes a copy of the game -- either for Xbox One or PS4 -- interchangeable box art, and a life-sized leather replica of Dante's jacket.

There are three options to choose from. The Jacket for character V is the cheapest, at 600,000 yen, or $5,317, with Nero's jacket coming in at 750,000 yen, or $6,646, and finally with Dante's jacket landing at a whopping 900,000 yen, or $7,975. All jackets have incredible attention to detail, with little nicks and signs of abrasion throughout. Nero's jacket can also come with a damaged sleeve if you so desire. And if you're not inclined to spend in the four-figure range, there's also the "Classic Work Shirt" bundle which can be had for 11,852 yen, or $105.

This is not the first time Capcom has gone all out with a bundle. In 2012, for the release of Resident Evil 6, the publisher released a similar bundle featuring Leon Kennedy's jacket. This bundle has not been announced for the US or international markets, but pre-orders are live. To place an order, you'll have to follow the link on the website and email E-Capcom to confirm. Just don't wear it outside of a video game convention (or Halloween), as it will never make you look cool.

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