Devil May Cry 5: How To Unlock Infinite Devil Trigger Devil May Cry 5: How To Unlock Infinite Devil Trigger
Here's how to unlock the ultimate supernatural ability in Devil May Cry 5: Devil Trigger. Devil May Cry 5: How To Unlock Infinite Devil Trigger

Devil May Cry 5 stands as the beginning of a new era for the franchise: a return to its roots, after the solid albeit forgettable DmC back in 2013. All of your favourite elements of the DMC universe are here: from complex gameplay mechanics like the Jump Cancel, to the easy to execute but hard to master dodging system, that will ultimately make or break your goal of the illusive S rating. 

There’s also costumes, which, as anyone that’s played a Devil May Cry game will attest to, plays an important role in both the styling and experience.

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One such way costumes tie into the Devil May Cry 5 is through the unlocking of Infinite Devil Trigger.

What Is Devil Trigger

Devil Trigger is, in DMC lore, a power wielded by demons, permitting them unparalleled supernatural strength and abilities. Once activated, the user will assume their “natural”, true form. 

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How To Unlock Infinite Devil Trigger

There are a few steps involved to unlock Infinite Devil Trigger in Devil May Cry 5.

Step 1

Beat the game on either Human or Devil Hunter difficulty.

Step 2

Completing Step 1 will unlock Son of Sparda difficulty. Finish the game on this difficulty.

Step 3

Completing Step 2 will unlock Dante Must Die difficulty. Finish the game on this difficulty.

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Once completed, this will unlock the costumes — Super Nero, Super V and Super Dante. These costumes grant Infinite Devil Trigger.

For more information on these costumes, check out our Devil May Cry 5 guide here.

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