DmC: Devil May Cry Updated Cheats Enable Float Mode, Unlimited Health, Keys
DmC Devil May Cry Cheats

Some updated cheats for Ninja Theory’s DmC: Devil May Cry have surfaced. The game came out way back in 2013 for the Xbox 360 and PS3, a year after The Great Convergence took place in 2012. SJWism was still in its infancy and was only popping up occasionally at time. This was evident in the fact that in Ninja Theory’s DmC: Devil May Cry they actually featured some chicks with thick butts, big boobs, and skimpy outfits, a verboten act of heresy in today’s society, which is conctrolled by the Intersectional Inquisition. Nevertheless, if you have the game already and were looking for ways to make it a little spicier, there are some new cheats available.

The updated trainer can be acquired for the latest version of DmC: Devil May Cry from over on Cheat Happens.

The trainer contains the following options:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Super Speed
  • Add Experience Points
  • Upgrade Points
  • Score
  • Red Skulls
  • Keys
  • Small Vital Stars
  • Gold Orbs
  • Easy Boss Kill
  • Reset Timer
  • Float Mode

I don’t see how super speed would help you much given that game runs at 30fps, but for people who don’t mind the half-time blur effect to help (poorly) imitate the speed of Capcom’s original games, it’s a nice little feature to dabble around with for kicks and giggles. Keep in mind that the updated cheat trainer from Cheat Happens is a premium trainer so you’ll have to put some cash down to get your hands on it.

On the upside, there’s a second cheat trainer available that you can grab for free from the WeMod page.

The DmC: Devil May Cry trainer contains the following options:

  • Unlimited Health
  • Unlimited Score
  • Unlimited Mission Timer
  • Unlimited Red Orbs
  • Items Don’t Decrease

It’s free so obviously there are a few limitations when it comes to accessing some of the more premium features from the Cheat Happens trainer, but you can’t argue with not having to put a dime down on cheesing your way through a game, right?

DmC: Devil May Cry was (and to many, still is) considered an abomination. If you wanted to brush up on the game just to see how far removed it is (and will be) compared to the upcoming Devil May Cry 5, you can have a go at it for $29.99 over on the Steam store.


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