Variable refresh rate can dynamically adjust the refresh rate of the display device to be the same as the frame rate output by the GPU, which can minimize or eliminate afterimages and enhance visual effects. Normally, the introduction of a variable refresh rate will make the game feel smoother when playing because the scene can be rendered in real-time, not only does the image look sharper, but the input lag is also reduced.
Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition has been optimized on the basis of the original version, adding controllable characters. As a next-generation console version, it has logged on to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S platforms, enhancing the game screen and supporting ray tracing. Players can freely switch image effects through option settings according to their own preferences and the actual game environment.