Teleport Cancel is a technique, exclusive for Vergil in Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, which allows the player to repeat one, two, rarely - three attacks multiple times by cancelling it with Trick.
This method of offense is very useful, as it is able to reach very high DPS, without ever finishing any attack, which also saves time, if one is speedrunning.
The formula of the trick is also very easy, even beginning players can succeed:
Below are listed attacks, which can be potentially canceled and reused in a matter of seconds.
- Yamato -
It can be very harsh to say, but some attacks are given special slangs, which specify them, separating from an actual attack.
- Aerial Rave B - also known as "infinite spin". The name is self-explanatory. As the final spin is about to finish, teleport to an enemy and repeat. This attack is very useful, as it gradually raises Vergil up, giving him advantage over immobolized enemy.
- Rapid Slash - "invinsible slash". This attack can legitimately make Vergil invincible, as Rapid Slash removes the player's hitbox for the time attacking. This attack quickly raises both Devil Trigger and Concentration meter. With maximum Concentration, this attack demolishes even the toughest enemies/
- Beowulf -
- Lunar Phase (2) - The most popular out of all, as it delivers the highest damage over two other weapons, and also attacks in a specific "straight spin" direction which can stun-lock even Dante.
- Kick 13 - "million kick". The most difficult attack to perform, as requires both + to be pressed. Not used as much, but can still crush any unfortunate soul.
- Force Edge -
- Million Stab - "billion stab: this attack is the least used one, though this is a great way to stop a group of enemies, caught in hit area.
The only main and not really a concerning disadvantage the technique puts the player in is not getting Style meter rising high. However, if at least two of them are used (Aerial Rave B + Lunar Phase), this will negate that.