Watch the music video for “Devil Trigger.”

At this year’s E3, Devil May Cry 5 was announced at the Microsoft press conference and during a recent interview with Game*Spark, producer Michi Okabe spoke about the game’s background music and how it will change during gameplay.

According to Akabe, when players perform stylish actions, and their stylish rank goes up, the background music will start featuring choruses and sound more ‘exciting’ as players amp up their style of play.

Earlier this month, Capcom released a music video called “Devil Trigger” by Casey Edwards, featuring Ali Edwards, and Cliff Lloret. The song acts as Nero’s battle theme in Devil May Cry 5.

Devil May Cry 5 is currently scheduled for release in Spring 2019 for Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.