There are a couple of user-oriented tweaks available for Devil May Cry 5 to help increase the rich appeal of the visual palate… but only if you have the PC version of the game. In the first instance, there are some tweaks you can modify in the initialization file settings to remove the lens flare censorship and get a full-on look at Lady’s bare bum, while the second workaround can improve your frames-per second by up to 10fps by disabling Denuvo.
So first thing is first… the censorship.
There’s a scene in Devil May Cry 5 where a recovering Lady is asked to help out Nico, and thus she stands up and lets the towel drop, revealing her bare bottom. However, there’s an annoying lens flare that blocks her buttcrack. Well, if you go into the dmc5config.ini you can change the “TargetPlatform” settings from DirectX12 to DirectX11. Turn off depth of field, and the lens flare and save the file, and you should be able to see Lady in all her glory.
Click through the image below to see the NSFW version.
The file settings should look like the following:
If the settings were modified correctly, you should no longer see any lens flare during the cinematic when Lady stands up and disrobes, exposing her butt for all to see. You can see the comparison below between the versions where the lens flare is enabled and when it’s disabled.
Click through the image for the full NSFW version.
Next up, is the Denuvo workaround.
DSOGaming did a benchmark test and discovered that without Denuvo they saw gains of anywhere between 6 – 10fps.
In order to disable Denuvo and get around that issue, you have to follow the listed steps below:
1. Open the Steam Console
Enter the following address in your browser
Then, you can see the Steam Console.
2. Download the Denuvo free file.
Enter the following command in the Steam Console:
“download_depot 601150 601152 8448614996291133808”
Then wait for file to finish downloading.
3. Overwrite the file
You can find a DevilMayCry5.exe file(About 131,200 KB) in the folder shown on Steam Console.
Then overwrite the DevilMayCry5.exe file(About 486,549 KB) in your Steam Devil May Cry 5 folder.
4. Restore the file
If the game does not work properly or has bugs after replacing the file
Please use “Verification integrity of the game files” to recover the file.
If you do it correctly you should be able to play Devil May Cry 5 comfortably on PC without worrying about Denuvo hampering the performance, and with the added benefit of being able to see Lady in all her lens-flare-free glory.
If the file is no longer available through the Steam repository you can also download an alternate Denuvo workaround exe for Devil May Cry 5 from over on Mega.nz.
(Thanks for the news tips Rala Cloft and DoktorStrangeLuv)