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Vergil (Japanese: バージル, Hepburn: Bājiru) is a fictional character from the Devil May Cry Itsuno also planned to add Vergil to the original Devil May Cry 4 game in the same way he had been added to the previous game. As with Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition, Vergil was designed to be played in a similar way to. For Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition on the PlayStation 4, Vergil, in the first game there's Nelo Angelo who towards the end of the game. The arrival of a Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition on Playstation 4 and Xbox One is But as Dante, you're forced to retrace the steps of Nero and visit Add to this a frankly rather dull puzzle section towards the end of the to make The Guardian sustainable by deepening our relationship with our readers.
I was always a proponent of Nelo Angelo being the spirit of the Devil Bringer and thus the reason for Nero's demonic attributes along with white hair. But the jig is up. Nero is Vergil's son, no matter how contrived it sounds. Capcom has never been known for its storytelling. I bet you when this SE comes out it will reveal something else.
I only say this because at the time Vergil was pretty much evil and despised humans.
Its just inconsistent that he had a child with some random chick he met during his short stay in Fortuna. One thing that makes zero sense about Nero is that he is turning into a full demon. He doesn't have a Devil Trigger like Dante and Vergil. It was explained that Dante and Vergil was only able to hold their Demon forms for short periods due to them being half human and their human bodies being too weak to hold their demon forms.
But Nero is turning into a full demon which requires no triggering. The only way this can be explain with Nero being Vergil's son is Nero's mother being a demon as well. The wikia has Nero listed as a relative.
After all how did they get there hands on Yamato when Vergil took it to hell with him. It doesnt make sense Vergil is Neros father due to simple logic. All we know is Vergils "soul" or something like that is inside Nero somehow since Nero hears his voice crying for more power and the SE did nothing more to clarify that than dropping more hints.
Maybe Nero is even some kind of reincarnation of Vergil like Nelo Angelo was but this time as some kind of salvation instead of a use as a tool? Originally posted by SkatausJP: Whether Nero is confirmed to be Vergil's son or not at this point, I think Capcom can always retcon it in the next entry, or spin-off novel, or whatever it is if they feel the need to. Just like they retconed the fact that Vergil was killed along with Eva 20 years prior to the event of DMC1 and recreated the story about him in DMC3, which turned out to be probably the best story in the franchaise.
If you don't believe me, listen to Trish in the first game: Dante's Awakening, in which he is depicted as a man in his late teenage years who wished to have the power of his father, Sparda. Vergil allies himself with a man named Arkham and seeks Dante's amulet to open the gate leading to the demon world. However, when Dante challenges him, Arkham betrays Vergil to take Sparda's power for himself.
Special Edition, Vergil is a playable character who can participate in Dante's missions.
He is a playable character in Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition with his chapter took place before the third game, which includes a scene of Vergil walking through Fortuna Island to investigate the trace which Sparda left behind while fighting demons that have invaded the area. Devil May Cry, Vergil appears as the leader of The Order—a group of rogue vigilantes trying to free the world from demons. He takes Dante back to their childhood home to reveal their connection to each other and persuades him to contribute to the destruction of Mundus.
Eventually, Vergil uses the power of the Yamato to seal the Hell Gate and cut off Mundus' source of power. After defeating Mundus, he reveals his true intention; to rule the world with Dante.
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After being defeated, Vergil escapes through a portal. The DLC takes place after the events of the main game; it follows Vergil's quest for power. Vergil travels through Hell and replaces Mundus as the new Demon King. He becomes a partner of Dante because both hunt multiple demons. In the novel's climaxhowever, Gilver confronts Dante in a duel and perishes; Dante learns in his final moments that Gilver is his brother.
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When facing Dante, however, he starts remembering his past, which makes him conflicted about fighting him. The Chronicles of Vergil, which follows Vergil and is set before the start of the reboot's story. The comic series tells the story of Vergil and Kat 's meeting and their formation of the Order to defeat the demons.
Nelo Angelo appears as a boss unit because the Vergil who partners with Dante is actually a time-displaced version of Vergil that originated before the Devil May Cry 3 event. Whether the time-displaced Vergil meets Nelo, his devil power is lingering because of Nelo's presence, although Vergil is not aware Nelo is his present self. PALGN appreciated that Vergil's moves are different from Dante's, making the former's scenario a different experience.