Let’s face it, Cyberpunk 2077 is a visually breathtaking game and you’re bound to enjoy its photo mode feature. Unfortunately, something feels lacking due to your character’s attire and, oftentimes, V might end up looking like a goof. Here’s our clothing and fashion guide to help you out.
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Cyberpunk 2077: Clothing and fashion guide
The biggest problem in this case is that Cyberpunk 2077 lacks a transmogrification system. While clothing and armor pieces do provide stat boosts, you have no way of actually changing how each piece looks.
Given the previous trailer we’ve seen regarding Night City’s distinct fashion styles and trends, it’s disappointing when your gear’s a mishmash of incompatible shirts, helmets, and pants. That’s likely to happen especially if you’re keen on equipping stuff based on bonuses or rarity.
Anyway, one advice I can give you is to keep checking out Night City’s clothing vendors. If they don’t have something you like, simply travel to a new area and skip time forward. Once you return, they might have new wares.
Additionally, if you’re keen on that techno-hacker (Netrunner) theme, try to find a Tactical Balaclava. This matches the Netrunner bodysuits you’ll get. Plus, if you have a long-haired character, then V’s hair won’t clip through clothing.
Here are some examples of Cyberpunk 2077 clothing pieces I prefer. I’ve also added an image to show how they’d look:
- Head – Ordinary Tactical Balaclava with Reactive Layering Face – Illegally Modified Military Infovisor Outerwear – Enhanced High Collar Vest Innerwear – Composite Arasaka Netrunning Nanoweave Suit Legs – None Feet – Militoxic Ceramic-Layer Combat Exo-Jacks (any high-cut reskin would do as long as it’s got dark colors)
Here’s another example where I simply changed the outerwear to the Koumori Synleather Trench Coat outerwear:
This one has the Armor-Quilted Jacket outerwear:
Now, to be clear, the two dark-colored Netrunning Suits are Arasaka and Aramid. The former just happens to have reddish trims that match the Military Infovisor I’m using.
Alternatively, you can pick the blue Netrunning Suit. Here’s another set:
- Head – Steel Microplated Kabuto Face – Menpo with Protective Padding (you can also use another visor with a bluish or pinkish hue) Outerwear – Deadly Lagoon Armored Syn-Silk Pozer-Jacket Innerwear – Light Elastomer Netrunning Suit Legs – None Feet – Reinforced Sudo Biker Boots
For this last one, I used the following armor and clothing pieces:
- Head – Ordinary Tactical Balaclava with Reactive Layering Aoi Tora Enhanced BD Wreath Outerwear – Urban Jungle High-Collar Reinforced Leather Vest Innerwear – Light Elastomer Netrunning Suit Legs – None Feet – Reinforced Uniwear Platform Boots