DMC4 Drive

Drive, one of the Swordmaster moves for Rebellion.

The Swordmaster Style is one of Dante's styles in Devil May Cry 3, Devil May Cry 4 and Devil May Cry 5. It emphasizes expansion of Devil Arms' abilities and maximization of their elemental power.[1] Upgrades also increase the maximum number of combos provided with the weapon.


The Swordmaster Style is a style that expands the moveset of melee weapons.

In Devil May Cry 3, Swordmaster expands on the elemental advantages of Devil Arms while in Devil May Cry 4 it expands on the functions of Devil Arms to add to their movesets.

In Devil May Cry 4's Automatic Mode, the moves bounded to the Swordmaster Style are executed much easily, but the certain action is unable to be cancelled. This can make it difficult for battling, but less time to take in order to charge moves like Drive.


Devil May Cry 3Edit

Arrow Main articles: Rebellion, Cerberus, Agni & Rudra, Nevan, and Beowulf

Devil May Cry 4Edit

Arrow Main articles: Rebellion, Gilgamesh, and Lucifer

External linksEdit


  1. Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening, Style File — Swordmaster: "Style in which player can master different swords and maximize each sword's power."