Preparing for battle isn’t just throwing everything you can and bringing out your best spells. Whether you’re wearing the world’s most stylish outfits or the city’s sleekest fit, Ghostwire Tokyo is making an impact. Ghostwire’s protagonist, Akito Izuki, totally understands this and always makes the right time to wear his best clothes.
Akito’s wardrobe offers plenty to hang around and the ability to mix and match the shoes, accessories and shirts you want to pair together. Even though you only notice these changes during cutscenes since the game is played in first person, it’s still nice to know you look great.
Updated by Hilton Webster on May 26, 2023: A year after launch, Ghostwire Tokyo added tons of new content to the game with a massive Spider’s Thread update. However, the game has also received a number of small updates that coincide with the holidays in Japan, each adding a number of related costumes. Many of the outfits in the base game are already great and varied, but if you’re looking for all of Ghostwire Tokyo’s most stylish outfits to roam the streets that were added last year, this is the place to be. Check out the best Ghostwire Tokyo costumes, apparel and outfits.
15 Hanasaka Aniki
Hanasaka Jiisan is an old Japanese tale about an old man who sprinkles ashes on an old tree and makes it blossom with a cherry tree in full bloom. This meant great luck and was also just a pretty sight.
So with the Hanasaka Aniki outfit, Akito can do just that. With a nice white beard and a classic Japanese outfit, it’s the perfect outfit to wear while clearing the cherry blossom trees across Tokyo. Added to the free update, along with new emotes, bringing the old lore to life.
14 lord and princess
When it comes to depicting Japanese history, the feudal era is one of the most popular exhibits. One such festival that has its roots in that era is the Hinamatsuri Festival, which displays dolls the way weddings are displayed, from simple paper dolls to complex dolls.
Since these dolls were somewhat exaggerated figures, it makes sense that they both seem frankly absurd to Akito. Added in a free update to celebrate Hinamatsuri, these two pieces are bold and majestic in design, from oversized clothes to massive heads. It may not be very serious, but for once, the spirits can make you fearful.
13 Daikagura player
Daikagura is an older form of Japanese performance art involving many complex acts. Chief among them is the act of balancing an object on top of an umbrella. Akito can do it himself with the newly added emote added with the outfit in the free update.
The outfit itself is more formal in a traditional way, with long, flowy waist-high trousers and a low-cut blue tunic. It’s not as intense as many of the other outfits, but it’s probably not as striking as the others.
12 Ouendan Leader
Japan’s Ouendan are similar in many ways to cheerleading teams in that they are used to rally and morale sports teams, but focus more on getting attention through exaggerated noise rather than action.
Akito wearing this costume can be happy to receive updates about sports day. His clothes are light in weight and rich in color, allowing him to roam freely around the city. The red throughout the outfit makes it stand out, which is perfectly in line with the intent.
11 artist suit
In essence, it’s easy to forget that Japan’s Ghsotwire Tokyo created The Evil Within, another attempt by Tango Gameworks before to make Resident Evil 4. The two Evil Within games are dramatically different with some surprisingly iconic characters.
One of them is Stefano Valentino, the crafty and gory ‘artist’. If you’ve been wanting to dress up Akito in a cool purple and red suit that the killer owns, go ahead. You will get rid of the soul in undeniable style. This was added in a free update and adds a lot of fun to the updated photo mode.
10 festival oxygen
Dango and mochi are some of Japan’s most well-known snacks, but the process of making them is far from simple. The Festival Happi outfit lets you channel the energy of the Tsukimi festival so you can tap that rice with joy. Emoticon included.
Festival Happi is bright and colorful. There’s a patterned blue top layer adorned with various symbols and some great shorts that Akito’s legs can breathe from everything running through Tokyo. This costume was added as a free update to celebrate the awesome treats and the Tsukimi festival itself.
Obon is a Japanese festival honoring the spirits of deceased family members and is generally seen as an excuse to bring the entire family together. Celebrations vary by region and family, but lanterns are usually lit. Ghostwire Tokyo celebrates this with a free update full of costumes.
This festival is usually held in summer so the country is very warm. That’s why Jinbei’s outfit is simple. A gray cloth laid lightly over the body and arm openings for some freedom. It’s the perfect attire for a hot summer night, and humorously appropriate for passing Tokyo’s rampant spirits.
Tanuki, known in the West as Japanese raccoons, are important animals in traditional Japanese culture. They are usually portrayed as mischievous creatures that are too simplistic to be truly malevolent, but generally love to do tricks and even shape-shift.
Tanuki are pretty important in Ghostwire, hiding all over the city in basically every form except the tanuki. As a reward for finding and reuniting them, they recruit you as one of them. They give you Tanuki outfits that are scary to look at. It fits the way Akito has to transform into Tanuki.
The biker outfit sounds better in theory than the visual execution, including a helmet that doesn’t seem to fit with the rest of the outfit. But one of the great things about the biker style is that you can bring the basic design to life by changing the color of the suit. A blue, red, yellow, pink, or gold tint are among the options, giving you several ways to change Akito’s look.
However, it is still the weakest full outfit in Ghostwire Tokyo. Unlike the game’s other clothing options, which offer unique ideas and spectacular results, biker sets don’t do much to differentiate themselves. Unlike the helmetless version, this version was only available as a pre-order bonus.
6 biker, no helmet
Unlike the biker set that included the helmet, the set with Akito’s face exposed turned out to be better. There’s no more weirdness of a helmet that looks like it belongs in a completely different costume, and the suit feels whole. I think it’s only fitting that such a cool outfit is only available in the final mission.
Both biker versions use predominantly green fabric with a black undertone. The gloves are a type of leather that blends into the sleeves of the jacket. And from some angles, the style of the fabric and the design of the front make it look like a raincoat turned into a jumpsuit. It’s interesting how minor changes like removing the suit’s helmet make the overall look much better and elevate other costume elements as well.
The spirits that walk the streets of Tokyo don’t care what you’re wearing. Because clothes don’t seem to matter that much behind the veil. While wearing the officer’s outfit, it will feel quite different from any other outfit available, as it is directly inspired by KK rather than Akito.
During the cutscenes, it makes Akito look like a different person, as it is vastly different from other outfits that focus on making the player look good. The officer’s uniform is heavily inspired by the uniforms worn by Japanese police officers and has little freedom to change the design. This is obtained after completing the ‘Little Girl’ side mission and fulfilling your civic duty to keep citizens safe.
4 fallout 4 bolt suit
Games like to refer to other games. Especially if it’s another name under the developer’s belt. After completing a side quest called The Crimson Moon, you’ll receive several rewards, including a Fallout 4 Vault suit, so chances are you’ll unlock them while playing. game.
The Vault suit is a perfect replica of the actual suit from Fallout, and Akito appears to be the sole survivor of Tokyo as he wanders the streets in the suit. The Vault suit brings a piece of sci-fi to the fantasy city of Ghostwire Tokyo.
The Shinobi outfit is the most interesting of the bunch because it’s a go-to for stealthy players. Described as something for the modern ninja, shinobi are fantastic at hiding in the shadows and staying vigilant. Wearing this costume also changes the bow and arrow, which is probably the most interesting aspect.
Shinobi created a casual look by adding an orange point to the chest and a mesh pattern to the middle of the arm in an oversized, loose-fitting outfit. Akito also wears a black face mask while fitting on the suit. This was part of the deluxe edition of the game.
2 Tycho drummer
Akito and KK have to endure all the stress during the story events, but are relieved to see that they are wearing more casual clothes. Taiko Drummer is a casual style outfit with long dark red baggy shorts and a gray and black sleeveless shirt.
The Taiko Drummer includes an accessory over Akito’s head, which is uncommon in other outfit sets in the game. Even the description states that it’s perfect for “relaxing on stage”, so the costume serves as an instant stress reliever.After solving a series of missions surrounding KK and his gang in ‘After The End 3’, you’ll be rewarded with a costume that demands some rest.
Inspired by the character of the same name, the Hannya outfit allows you to look intimidating while dressing like your biggest enemy. From the moment Ghostwire Tokyo’s first trailer was released, players knew that Hannya’s look would be most recognizable, so it makes sense for Akito to wear the costume afterwards.
Hannya consists of an oversized jacket with close-fitting sleeves, long baggy cargo pants, and a white mask with ruthless eyes.. On paper, it sounds perfect for someone trying to intimidate others, and in practice, the concept works. This is another outfit you can only get as part of the pre-order bonus.
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