Ninja Theory inviting top Devil May Cry players to test DmC Devil May Cry

UK players asked to come in and play.

Ninja Theory are inviting the top players of Capcom’s Devil May Cry series (how is that determine?) to come in and test their new DmC Devil May Cry, currently in development at their Cambridge studio.

A few UK residents have received e-mails from the developer, asking that they come in, test the game, and talk about their experience. They’re even providing free travel and lunch. Mmm. Lunch.

Here’s the e-mail in its entirety:

Hi,

I’m part of the team currently developing the new Devil May Cry title at Ninja Theory and I wanted to get in touch to see if you’d like to come in and play the game. Essentially I’m inviting in a very select few really top end DMC players to come and play through a section of the game and talk to some of our team about your experience.

We’ll pay for travel to and from the studio and will also provide lunch.

Let me know if this sounds of interest and I can give you some more details.

Cheers

XXXXXX

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