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How to Change Clothes & Get More Outfits in Bayonetta 3

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How to Change Clothes & Get More Outfits in Bayonetta 3

Here’s how to change clothes and get outfits in Bayonetta 3.

Over the course of Bayonetta 3’s story, you’re going to collect a bunch of weapons, Demon Slaves, and even meet a few of Cereza’s own doppelgangers sporting different outfits. If you’re wondering how to change your own character’s clothes and outfit in Bayonetta 3, here’s what you need to know.

How to Change Clothes in Bayonetta 3

Let’s get the big disclaimer out of the way first: you won’t unlock the costume change function until you’ve beaten the game for the first time. You’ll need to go through the entire story of Bayonetta 3 in Bayonetta’s default outfit for your first playthrough, but once you’ve rolled the credits, you’ll unlock the costume change function.

To change your outfit in the game, hop into any level, then press – to bring up the menu. Press L or R to tab over to your costumes, then choose the outfit you want to equip.

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It’s worth noting that you can also change your oufit colors once you’ve equipped it, which adds another layer of fun customization to the game.

How to Get More Outfits in Bayonetta 3

You can only get more outfits in Bayonetta 3 by purchasing them from Rodin’s Shop with halos. You’ll find gramophones scattered around the levels as you’re playing, and you can use those to access his shop. You can also enter the shop from the Chapter Select screen by pressing -.

At Rodin’s Shop, select the option that says Rodin’s Treasures, then purchase the Super Mirrors for new outfits. They all cost 4,000 halos each, so make sure to save up for the ones you really want.

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You can also purchase new color palette options from Rodin’s Shop for 1,000 halos each as well as individual t-shirts for Viola at 2,490 halos each.

That’s all you need to know about how to change clothes and get more outfits in Bayonetta 3. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.

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