The director of 'Devil May Cry 5' is teasing a new project.

Devil May Cry 5

Devil May Cry 5

Hideaki Itsuno shared a series of pictures of himself and his "new" team posing by a cherry blossom tree on Twitter and teased that they were working on something.

Translated into English, the caption reads: "It was a joint cherry-blossom viewing of the DMC 5 team and the new project team. #DMC5."

This could mean that a new DLC for 'Devil May Cry 5' could be on the way, or a brand new game.

There is also the possibility that a second 'Dragon's Dogma' could be in the works.

In the meantime, 'Devil May Cry 5' could come to Nintendo Switch.

Itsuno recently admitted he would love to see the action adventure hack title come to the handheld device after it was released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC last month.

He said: "We haven't announced anything for Switch, right.

"We personally would love to play a 'Devil May Cry' game on Switch.

"I'm one of those guys that always, I want to play everything on Switch. I'm always asking for ports.

"Either way, we haven't announced anything for Switch, so let's wait to see what happens."