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The Devil May Cry series features bonus Costumes that change the appearance of a character. Usually, changing costumes also offers some changes in gameplay.

Devil May CryEdit

  • Dante - The default costume.
  • Super Dante - Super Dante looks just like regular Dante. However, he has unlimited Devil Trigger. Unlike later Super Costumes in the series, this one will regenerate Dante's health for as long as he is in Devil Trigger. Devil Trigger consumptive moves can be spammed freely as well, such as the Bangle of Time and Nightmare-Beta. During the first round with Mundus, Dante can also spam his dragon attack as many times as needed.
  • Sparda - Dante takes on the form of his father, the Legendary Dark Knight, Sparda. Unlike Dante, Sparda begins with Yamato and Luce and Ombra. In addition, his shadow graphic is that of Sparda's devil form instead of his human form. Unlocked after finishing Hard.

Devil May Cry 2Edit

Dante
  • Dante - Default costume.
  • Diesel Dante - Complete the game on Normal Mode or enter cheats to unlock Dante in jeans.
  • DMC1 Dante - Complete Dante Must Die Mode. Dante's entire character model is replaced with that of Dante's model from the first game. As a result the costume does not appear during cutscenes, due to his DMC1 face model lacking facial animations. The Rebellion is physically replaced with the Force Edge, the latter's level corresponding to the former's. Along with the costume changing Dante's Physical appearance, certain aspects of the games audio is changed as well. Attacks with the sword generate the slashing sound effects from the first game, and shooting with the hand guns will generate the sound effects from the first game as well. Dante will use voice clips from the first game, and certain battles against enemies will trigger the DMC1 Battle Theme "Public Enemy", rather than his standard battle themes.[1]
Lucia
  • Lucia - Default costume.
  • Lucia's 1st Diesel Costume - Complete the game on Normal Mode or enter cheats to unlock Lucia in jeans.
  • Lucia's 2nd Diesel Costume - Complete the game on Hard Mode to unlock Lucia in striped pants.
  • Arius's Secretary - Complete the game on Lucia Must Die Mode. She has access to the same equipment and attacks as Lucia.
Trish
  • Trish - By completing Hard Mode with Dante and Lucia, the player can play as Trish. She can be used in both Dante's and Lucia's scenarios and is equipped with Sparda's sword and Luce and Ombra handguns, both maxed out. Her sword attacks and punch combos are reused from Dante's Alastor sword and Ifrit gauntlets (Devil May Cry 1), though she has other moves, and can shoot her customary yellow lightning.

Devil May Cry 3Edit

At the Title Screen, hold R1 + R2 + L1 + L2 + D-pad Up+Left + Left Analog-stick Down+Right until "Devil May Cry" (like when beginning a new save file) is heard. This will unlock all bonus modes, alternate costumes, and gallery entries. However, in the HD collection, this will disable leaderboard scoring.

Dante
  • Dante - The default costume.
  • Shirtless Dante - This costume doesn't have the coat, just like in the first mission. You can see Dante's half of the Perfect Amulet with this costume. Unlocked after finishing Easy or Normal Mode.
  • DMC1 Dante - Dante's costume from the later game chronologically. Dante assumes Sparda's devil form while in DT and Rebellion is replaced with the Force Edge. Unlocked after finishing Normal Mode.
  • Coatless DMC1 Dante - Like DMC1 Dante, the appearance is the same as that of Devil May Cry, but without his coat, and bearing a resemblance to Super Dante's official 3D render from DMC1. (he actually wears his coat as Super Dante ingame.) Unlocked after finishing Hard Mode.
  • The Legendary Dark Knight - Dante takes on the form of his father, the Legendary Dark Knight Sparda. As with "DMC1 Dante", Sparda wields the Force Edge. In addition, his shadow graphic is that of Sparda instead of his human form. Unlocked after finishing Hard Mode.
  • Super Dante - With this costume, the player is granted a pseudo form of unlimited DT. While the Devil Trigger gauge does not deplete over time, DT consumptive techniques such as DT Explosion will decrease the gauge. On the original release for PS2, however, Quicksilver and Doppelganger styles do not consume the gauge, though they actually do in the Special Edition version. In addition, the player does not receive regenerative Vitality. In the Special Edition it is unlocked after finishing Very Hard Mode or Bloody Palace.
  • Super Legendary Dark Knight - Only in the Special Edition. The player takes on the form of Sparda and gains unlimited DT. Unlike Super Dante (original edition), DT in this costume allows Vitality to regenerate as well as infinite usage of DT consumptive techniques. Unlocked after finishing Dante Must Die Mode in the Special Edition.
Vergil
Vergil is only playable in Devil May Cry 3's Special Edition.
  • Vergil - Vergil's default costume.
  • Coatless Vergil - Without his coat, Vergil show his arms and his black shirt. Unlocked after finishing Easy or Normal Mode.
  • Corrupt Vergil - This suit represents the form of Vergil when he is under the control of Mundus. He looks similar to his default costume except that his skin tone is whitish and his coat is purple, imitating his father's human form. In DT, he takes on the appearance of Nelo Angelo. He also gains the ability to wield his Blade and Gaunlets instead of Force Edge, Beowulf, and Yamato. Unlocked after finishing Hard Mode.
  • Super Vergil - This costume serves the same purpose as Super Dante except that Vergil has a different appearance and moveset. Unlocked after finishing Very Hard Mode or Bloody Palace.
  • Super Corrupt Vergil - Serves the same purpose as Super Legendary Dark Knight. When in Devil Trigger, the player turns into Nelo Angelo gains the ability to use Nelo Angelo's Blade and Gaunlets instead of Yamato, Beowulf, and Force Edge. This costume also grants regenerative ability and Summoned Swords techniques won't decrease the DT gauge. Unlocked after finishing Vergil Must Die Mode.
Lady
Lady is not a playable character, but her costume will change during in-game appearances if Dante's Dark Knight or Vergil's Corrupt Vergil are being worn.
  • Ridersuit - Lady don's a full body white jump suit featuring red leather belt accessories on various parts of her body.

Special Edition Only

Devil May Cry 4 Edit

Alt Costumes (Screenshot) DMC4SE

Dante and Lady in their recolor costumes, while Trish dressed as Gloria, in DMC4SE's opening cutscene.

In Devil May Cry 4 There aren't really alt costumes, simply a Default and a Super for Nero and Dante. However in the Special Edition new characters and multiple alt costumes are included.

A New feature introduced in this entry allows players to set specific costumes on characters, and they will always be worn by said character, even when not directly under the players control.

Nero
  • Nero - Nero's default costume.
  • Super Nero - Players are granted unlimited Devil Trigger and maxed out Ex-Gauge. Unlocked via playing Must Die Mode. Can be unlocked right away via the Special Editions's Time Saver DLC.
  • EX Nero - Only in the Special Edition. Nero's default appearance given a bright blue color scheme reminiscent of Vergil.
  • Prototype - Only in the Special Edition. Nero is given a costume based off of his early Prototype Concept Art. He is given a purple coat, with a bright blue under shirt. As well as a black scarf wrapped around his neck. It's color are reminiscent of Vergil's Nelo Angelo form (especially in Devil Trigger).
Dante
  • Dante - Dante's default costume.
  • Super Dante - Players are granted unlimited Devil Trigger. Unlocked via playing Must Die Mode. Can be unlocked right away via the Special Editions's Time Saver DLC.
  • EX Dante - Only in the Special Edition. Dante's default appearance given a black and red color scheme, with dark hair, reminiscent of DmC's Dante.
  • The Legendary Dark Knight - Only in the Special Edition. Dante takes on the form of his father, the Legendary Dark Knight Sparda.
Trish
Trish is only playable in Devil May Cry 4's Special Edition.
  • Trish - Trish's default costume.
  • EX Trish - Trish's default appearance given a white and brown color scheme, with dark hair, reminiscent of Lady.
  • Gloria - Trish gains the appearance of Gloria. Her skin becomes tanned, and her platinum blond hair becomes fairly short, just above shoulder length. She adorns an outfit meant to match the design aspects that of The Order. Is DLC.
Lady
Lady is only playable in Devil May Cry 4's Special Edition.
  • Lady - Lady's default costume.
  • EX Lady - Lady's default appearance given a black color scheme, with blond hair, reminiscent of Trish.
  • DMC3 Lady - Lady dons the outfit worn in the series third entry. It bears resemblance to that of a japanese school uniform, with the 'skirt' being represented with bullet casing holsters with skin tight purple undergarments underneath. She wears a tight fitting white blouse, brown leather gloves, and knee high red boots. Is DLC.
Vergil
Vergil is only playable in Devil May Cry 4's Special Edition.
  • Vergil - Vergil's default costume.
  • EX Vergil - Vergil's default appearance given a red color scheme, reminiscent of Vergil boss fights while playing Vergil in DMC3 Special Edition.
  • Super Vergil - Players are granted unlimited Devil Trigger and his Concentration Gauge is maxed out as well. Can be unlocked right away via the Special Editions's Time Saver DLC.
  • Corrupt Vergil - This suit represents the form of Vergil when he is under the control of Mundus. Unlike its appearance in DMC3, Vergil does not turn into Nelo Angelo during his Devil Trigger, instead taking Sparda's true form.

Special Edition Only

Special Edition Only

Special Edition Only

DmC: Devil May CryEdit

Unlike the earlier Devil May Cry games, DmC: Devil May Cry not only introduced weapon skins, but also separated cosmetics costumes from game-altering abilities, allowing players to mix different skins with different gameplay perks.

Dante
  • Standard (First Playthrough) - Dante's canon appearance throughout the game. Starts out with coatless appearance on the first level before regaining his coat. Gains a small white patch of hair upon attaining Devil Trigger. Hair turns permanently white at the end of the game.
  • Original - Dante's original black hair appearance during the first half of the game. Unlocked once the game is completed on any difficulty.
  • Standard (Subsequent Playthroughs) - Dante's appearance at the end of the game. It is nearly identical to his original outfit albeit with longer hair that is primarily white. Unlocked once the game is completed on any difficulty.
  • Son Of Sparda - Dante's coatless appearance at the beginning of the game. Unlocked once the game is completed on the Son Of Sparda difficulty.
  • Classic Dante - Changes Dante's appearance to that of the original Dante from Devil May Cry 3. Available as part of the Costume Pack DLC.
  • Neo Dante - Changes Dante's appearance with a dark tattered top with a red wrapping cloth wrapped around his torso and arms. He also wears a pair of jeans with a utility pockets and belt paired with a high-cut shoes. Available as part of the Costume Pack DLC.
  • Dark Dante - Changes Dante's appearance with a darker palette of his standard clothes and blue tint, a similar pallette as Vergil's in-game apperance. Available as part of the Costume Pack DLC.
  • DMC1 Dante - Changes Dante's appearance to that of the original Dante of Devil May Cry 1. Available only with the Definitive Edition along with the other DLC Costumes.
Vergil
  • Standard (First Playthrough) - Vergil's canon appearance throughout the DLC. Starts out with his hair down and without his amulet for the first five levels. Gains swept back hair, glowy eyes, and power enamating from his body during the final mission.
  • Weak Vergil - Vergil's weak, hair down appearance throughout the majority of the DLC. Unlocked once the game is completed on any difficulty.
  • Standard (Subsequent Playthrough) - Vergil's appearance at the end of the DLC. Vergil's hair is swept back and power emanates from his body and glowing eyes with no pupil. Appears to be Vergil's real Devil Trigger as seen in The Chronicle of Vergil.
  • DMC3 Vergil - Vergil's appearance from Devil May Cry 3. Available only with the Definitive Edition along with the other DLC costumes.
Weapon Skins
  • Golden Weapons Pack: Changes the appearance of Osiris, Arbiter, and Revenant to give them a solid gold sheen. Available as pre-order bonus from Best Buy or as a DLC, also available within the Definitive Edition​.
  • Bone Weapons Pack: Changes the appearance of Osiris, Arbiter, and Revenant to look as if they are crafted from ivory. Available as pre-order bonus from Amazon or as a DLC, also available within the Definitive Edition​.
  • Samurai Weapons Pack: Changes the appearance of Osiris, Arbiter, and Revenant to resemble samurai weapons. Available as pre-order bonus from GameStop or EBGames or as a DLC, also available within the Definitive Edition.
Perks
  • Super Dante - Gives Dante unlimited Devil Trigger at the cost of cutting the overall points for missions by 50%. Unlocked by completing the game on Dante Must Die mode.
  • Super Vergil - Gives Vergil unlimited Devil Trigger at the cost of cutting the overall points for missions by 50%. Unlocked by completing the game on Vergil Must Die mode.
  • Orb Harvester - Allows Dante to collect Orbs faster for upgrades. Available as pre-order bonus from Amazon. Perk only for Dante.
  • Item Finder - Helps Dante find hidden items. Available as pre-order bonus from Best Buy and within the Definitive Edition. Perk only for Dante. 

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