Deus Ex: Human Revolution Cheats

The truth is out there, you’ll just have to shoot or sneak through a lot of bad guys to get it. This is Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the third in the series that returns the series to it’s core roots with expanded action-RPG mechanics. Play as a new hero named Adam Jensen and become embroiled in international conspiracy as competing factions battle for the fate of humanity. Shadey business abounds as you take advantage of cybernetic implants, gun mods, and some straight up conversation to get to the black heart of the scheme and rip it out. Who will you trust when the revolution knocks?

The cyberpunk cheats section covers everything extra about Deus Ex: Human Revolution, including unlockables, achievements, and trophies. If you’re looking for a little extra help, bring up your future monitor and travel with the Men-In-Black at Game Front for a full text and video walkthrough.

SPOILER WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS STORY SPOILERS

Debug / Map Selector Mod

Hacking Guide

Police Station Codes

Side-Quests

eBook Locations

Infinite Experience Glitch

Computer Passwords

Security Keycodes

Conversation Guide

Doctorate Achievement / Trophy Guide

Good Soul Achievement / Trophy Guide

Hidden Praxis Kits

Achievement Guide

How-To Guides [Video]

Achievements

Regular Achievements

Cloak & Daggers (10 points):
Deal with the man in the shadows.

Smash the State (10 points):
Help Officer Nicholas take out the trash.

Acquaintances Forgotten (10 points):
Follow Pritchard’s lead to uncover the truth.

Doctorate (50 points):
Read all 29 unique XP books within a single playthrough.

Lesser Evil (10 points):
Deal with Mr. Carella’s indiscretion.

Motherly Ties (10 points):
Put a grieving mother’s doubts to rest.

Corporate Warfare (10 points):
Protect a client’s interests by performing a less-than-hostile takeover.

Talion A.D. (10 points):
Descend into the bowels of an urban jungle and confront a warrior-priest.

Gun Nut (20 points):
Fully upgrade one of your weapons.

Bar Tab (10 points):
Help the Hive Bartender settle a tab.

Rotten Business (10 points):
Help a lady in the oldest of professions clean house.

Shanghai Justice (10 points):
It may take some sleuthing, but justice must be served.

Hax0r1! (15 points):
Successfully hack 50 devices within the same playthrough.

Transhumanist (5 points):
Fully upgrade your first augmentation of choice.

Consciousness is Over-rated (15 points):
Knock out 100 enemies in a single playthrough.

First Takedown (5 points):
Perform your first Takedown. Civilians don’t count, so be nice.

Opportunist (15 points):
Perform 50 takedowns within the same playthrough. (Civilians don’t count.).

First Hack (5 points):
Perform your first Hack successfully.

Deus Ex Machina (50 points):
Experience all the different endings that Deus Ex: Human Revolution has to offer.

Pacifist (100 points):
Complete Deus Ex: Human Revolution without anyone dying by your hand. (Boss fights don’t count.).

Foxiest of the Hounds (100 points):
Complete Deus Ex: Human Revolution without setting off any alarms.

Up the Ante! (15 points):
Upgrade your first weapon of choice.

Trooper (50 points):
Complete Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

Legend (100 points):
Complete Deus Ex: Human Revolution at its hardest setting without ever changing the difficulty.

SPOILER WARNING

Secret Achievements

Ghost (15 points): You made it through an entire hostile area without so much as a squeak.

Sentimental Value (10 points):
You kept Megan’s bracelet for yourself. Apparently, letting go really is the hardest part.

The Take (10 points):
Greedy bastard. You accepted O’Malley’s blood money and let him go.

Guardian Angel (10 points):
You paid poor Jaya’s debt in full. How very.. humane.. of you.

The D Project (15 points):
You watched the entire credit list and saw the surprise at the end.

Good Soul (15 points):
Against all odds, you saved Faridah Malik’s life.

Hangar 18 (10 points):
You found and read the secret message. Now you know too much..

Super Sleuth (10 points):
You really nailed your case against Lee Hong.

Ladies Man (10 points):
You convinced Mengyao to spill the beans on the mysterious Hyron Project.

Balls (5 points):
Seems you like playing with balls, eh?

Lucky Guess (10 points):
Next time, Jacob better use a more complex code to arm his bombs.

Kevorkian Complex (10 points):
You granted a dying man his final request.

The Fall (10 points):
You sent Diamond Chan on the trip of a lifetime.

The End (25 points):
You defeated Zhao Yun Ru and destroyed the Hyron Project.

Old School Gamer (10 points):
You found all the hidden story items in Megan’s office. Point and Click much?

Unforeseen Consequence (15 points):
You convinced Zeke Sanders to let his hostage go.

The Bull (25 points):
You defeated Lawrence Barrett, elite member of a secret mercenary hit squad.

The Mantis (25 points):
You defeated Yelena Fedorova, elite member of a secret mercenary hit squad.

The Snake (25 points):
You defeated Jaron Namir, Leader of Belltower’s Elite Special Operations Unit.

The Throwdown (15 points):
You convinced the smooth-talking politician Bill Taggart to tell the truth in public.

The Last Straw (15 points):
You talked Doctor Isaias Sandoval out of suicide.

The Final Countdown (15 points):
You showed millionaire Hugh Darrow that his logic was flawed.

The Desk Job (15 points):
You convinced Wayne Haas to let you into the morgue.

Yes Boss (15 points):
You had an argument with your boss, David Sarif, and won.

Darker Shades (15 points):
You convinced a fast-talking bartender to let you see Tong Si Hung.

Trophies

Regular Trophies

Platinum (Platinum):
You unlocked every trophy in the game.

First Takedown (Bronze):
Perform your first Takedown. Civilians don’t count, so be nice.

Opportunist (Bronze):
Perform 50 takedowns within the same playthrough. (Civilians don’t count.)

First Hack (Bronze):
Perform your first Hack successfully.

Hax0r1! (Bronze):
Successfully hack 50 devices within the same playthrough.

Transhumanist (Bronze):
Fully upgrade your first augmentation of choice.

Consciousness is Over-rated (Bronze):
Knock out 100 enemies in a single playthrough.

Up the Ante! (Bronze):
Upgrade your first weapon of choice.

Trooper (Silver):
Complete Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

Legend (Gold):
Complete Deus Ex: Human Revolution at its hardest setting without ever changing the difficulty.

Deus Ex Machina (Silver):
Experience all the different endings that Deus Ex: Human Revolution has to offer.

Pacifist (Gold):
Complete Deus Ex: Human Revolution without anyone dying by your hand. (Boss fights don’t count.)

Foxiest of the Hounds (Gold):
Complete Deus Ex: Human Revolution without setting off any alarms.

Doctorate (Silver):
Read all 29 unique XP books within a single playthrough.

Lesser Evil (Bronze):
Deal with Mr. Carella’s indiscretion.

Motherly Ties (Bronze):
Put a grieving mother’s doubts to rest.

Cloak & Daggers (Bronze):
Deal with the man in the shadows.

Smash the State (Bronze):
Help Officer Nicholas take out the trash.

Acquaintances Forgotten (Bronze):
Follow Pritchard’s lead to uncover the truth.

Bar Tab (Bronze):
Help the Hive Bartender settle a tab.

Rotten Business (Bronze):
Help a lady in the oldest of professions clean house.

Shanghai Justice (Bronze):
It may take some sleuthing, but justice must be served.

Corporate Warfare (Bronze):
Protect a client’s interests by performing a less-than-hostile takeover.

Talion A.D. (Bronze):
Descend into the bowels of an urban jungle and confront a warrior-priest.

Gun Nut (Bronze):
Fully upgrade one of your weapons.

SPOILER WARNING

Secret Trophies

Ghost (Bronze):
You made it through an entire hostile area without so much as a squeak.

The Bull (Bronze):
You defeated Lawrence Barrett, elite member of a secret mercenary hit squad.

The Mantis (Bronze):
You defeated Yelena Fedorova, elite member of a secret mercenary hit squad.

The Snake (Bronze):
You defeated Jaron Namir, Leader of Belltower’s Elite Special Operations Unit.

The End (Bronze):
You defeated Zhao Yun Ru and destroyed the Hyron Project.

Old School Gamer (Bronze):
You found all the hidden story items in Megan’s office. Point and Click much?

Unforeseen Consequence (Bronze):
You convinced Zeke Sanders to let his hostage go.

The Desk Job (Bronze):
You convinced Wayne Haas to let you into the morgue.

Yes Boss (Bronze):
You had an argument with your boss, David Sarif, and won.

Darker Shades (Bronze):
You convinced a fast-talking bartender to let you see Tong Si Hung.

The Throwdown (Bronze):
You convinced the smooth-talking politician Bill Taggart to tell the truth in public.

The Last Straw (Bronze):
You talked Doctor Isaias Sandoval out of suicide.

The Final Countdown (Bronze):
You showed millionaire Hugh Darrow that his logic was flawed.

The D Project (Silver):
You watched the entire credit list and saw the surprise at the end.

Good Soul (Bronze):
Against all odds, you saved Faridah Malik’s life.

Hangar 18 (Bronze):
You found and read the secret message. Now you know too much…

Sentimental Value (Bronze):
You kept Megan’s bracelet for yourself. Apparently, letting go really is the hardest part.

The Take (Bronze):
Greedy bastard. You accepted O’Malley’s blood money and let him go.

Guardian Angel (Bronze):
You paid poor Jaya’s debt in full. How very… humane… of you.

Lucky Guess (Bronze):
Next time, Jacob better use a more complex code to arm his bombs.

Kevorkian Complex (Bronze):
You granted a dying man his final request.

The Fall (Bronze):
You sent Diamond Chan on the trip of a lifetime.

Super Sleuth (Bronze):
You really nailed your case against Lee Hong.

Ladies Man (Bronze):
You convinced Mengyao to spill the beans on the mysterious Hyron Project.

Balls (Bronze):
Seems you like playing with balls, eh?

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11 Comments on Deus Ex: Human Revolution Cheats

Aids

On August 20, 2011 at 1:49 pm

Just ing call cheats achievements. THAT’S ALL THEY ING ARE.

LTenhet

On August 20, 2011 at 5:21 pm

I agree! Save the actual title of CHEATS for when Cheats are discovered, when the game comes out. Though every website does this, and the old show on G4 “Cheat!” was easter-eggs half the time and not actual cheats…

Carlos

On August 21, 2011 at 5:38 pm

Why buy the game if you already know what to expect?
These was the dummest articles anyone can write before a game comes out, not to mention the piracy involved in it.

Jon

On August 24, 2011 at 11:24 am

Why would you wanna cheat in a game anyways does that not defeat the purpose of playing you spineless cowards.

Random

On August 24, 2011 at 7:05 pm

I’ve long ago realized I suck at video games, but I like the stories. That’s why I cheat.

WTF

On August 25, 2011 at 7:41 pm

WTF! Where are the ing cheats for the game! This is bull! The only thing you are cheating is the people that google deus ex cheats…

moose

On August 28, 2011 at 1:48 pm

@Jon
I beat the game through. Now I want to go through it again, but I want to screw around through the whole game with a fully upgraded character… so f-off and don’t judge people on how they want to play a game…

Pelham

On August 30, 2011 at 1:59 pm

@ Jon
Just beat the game and loved it, playing it again as-is wouldn’t be as much fun as to say… having a monster running loose destroying everything in sight? There’s so many different levels to enjoying a good game and cheats adds a whole new layer. Besides, how does cheating on a single player video game make you a coward? It’s a video game ffs lol.

hi

On September 23, 2011 at 8:22 am

you suck 101

geronimo

On October 20, 2011 at 12:52 pm

to all those people?? upset at someone cheating —does it matter and what the does it have to do with you????
i dont do cheats but then I dont read the last chapter of a book first
mind your own business and stop being wannabe cyber police.

Its a ing game you retards.
just dont tiddle your winks!

Munks

On December 25, 2011 at 6:12 pm

Did we not buy the games?
so, why are you telling us we cant cheat?
i know you haters are gods in games! hehehe…

and btw, i beat the game without cheats
3 times on pc
5 times on xbox
and once on ps3.
all without cheats.

so relax fellas, let them cheat.
they’re not stealing from you now are they?