Scott Pilgrim cheat codes revealed just in time for complete edition launch

The Scott Pilgrim game is at long last playable once again, with the Complete Edition getting its highly anticipated release date. The side-scrolling beat em-up based on Bryan Lee O’Malley’s beloved comic book series (which was turned into an equally awesome movie by Edgar Wright) first launched back in 2010 on the PS3 and then shortly afterwards on the Xbox 360. However, a few years later the Ubisoft Montreal and Ubisoft Chengdu title was delisted from both the Sony and Microsoft digital stores on December 2014.


Boss Rush Mode: Xbox: Right, right, B, RB, right, right, B, RB

PlayStation: Right, right, circle, R1, right, right, circle, R1

Zombie Survival mode (in World 6): Down, up, right, down, up, right, down, up, right, right, right

Blood mode: Xbox: A, B, A, X, A, B, B PlayStation: X, Circle, X, Square, X, Circle, Circle

Allow two players to select the same character: Xbox: Down, RB, Up, LB, Y, B PlayStation: Down, R1, up, L1, Triangle, Circle

Change coins into animals: Up, up, down, down, up, up, up, up

Begin every level with the Power of Love sword: Xbox: X, X, X, A, B, Y PlayStation: Square, Square, Square, X, Circle, Triangle

Elsewhere, Stevivor also revealed that the Noble Sacrifice cheat code (which helps players earn money fast) has changed for the Complete Edition.

Here’s how to perform the Noble Sacrifice cheat code…

Xbox: [Hold A] up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B

PlayStation: [Hold Cross] up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, O

Switch: [Hold B] up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, A

For those on other platforms, this is what you need to enter…

[Hold jump], up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, block

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