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Final Fantasy XV Guide: All outfits in the game and how to get them

Final Fantasy XV doesn't have equipment in the most traditional of Final Fantasy senses. Each character can equip up to two accessories that match series staples - a range of bracers, bangles and the like - but that's pretty much it.

In lieu of armor, however, Noctis and his friends can dress up in fully-different outfits. There aren't hundreds of these like there are pieces of armor in a classic FF, but they do fully change your character's appearance.

On top of that, there's a twist: unexpectedly, these outfits actually have stats attached as well.  This is in true FF fashion, but isn't necessarily expected in a game as action-driven as FF15. As such, the outfits are actually surprisingly useful for more than just a change of visuals.

What will you wear? How do you get it? There's not that many, honestly - but find them all listed below - and beware, there are some story unlock outfits, so -- mild spoilers.

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Final Fantasy XV Outfits: where to get them all

In this section we're going to list all the outfits you can nab - but we're going to break it down into two sections - outfits available to protagonist Noctis and outfits available to Prompto, Gladio and Ignis, his trusty party member buddies. Guest characters can't change their armor or gear.

All the costumes/outfits for Noctis in FF15 & where to find them

Noctis can find and wear a larger number of outfits than his buddies, and their effects are more varied to allow for different play-styles. His costumes are:

  • Prince's Fatigues: Unlocked by default.
    • +20% to HP.
  • Princes Fatigues (No Jacket): Unlocked by default.
    • +20% to Strength
    • +20% to Magic.
  • Casual Outfit: Unlocked by Default.
    • Prevents statuses - Mollified, Disenchanted, Burnt, Frozen & Shocked.
  • Casual Outfit (No Jacket): Unlocked by default.
    • Offers +20 Critical Hit rate.
  • Kingly Raiment: Unlocked during the storyline.
    • +30% to Vitality
    • +30% to Spirit.
  • Kingly Raiment (No Jacket): Unlocked during the storyline.
    • +3% to HP Recovery Rate
    • +6% to MP Recovery Rate.
  • Royal Raiment: Collectors edition item, also available as DLC.
    • +25% to HP
    • +25% to MP
  • Royal Raiment (No Jacket): Collectors edition item, also available as DLC.
    • +30% to Magic
    • Infinite Stamina
  • Thermal Suit: Worn during a story quest, but found after chapter 8 outside the Lestallum power plant.
    • +20% to HP
    • Blocks fire damage
    • Prevents burnt status
  • Choco-Mog Tee: Obtained as part of the 'Holiday Pack' DLC; available in the free version.
    • HP Recovery Rate Up+
  • Festive Ensemble: Obtained as part of the 'Holiday Pack' DLC; available in the premium (paid) version.
    • +20% to Max HP
    • +20% to Max MP
  • Trendy Outfit (Blouson): Free DLC grabbed from the online store of your console of choice
    • Protects against stat-reducing status ailments and debuffs.
  • Trendy Outfit (Blouson) - No Jacket: Free DLC - download from your console store front.
    • Boosts the critical hit rate.
  • Magitek Exosuit: Added to the game in patch 1.13 (and later, of course)
    • Can make you invincible for a limited period of time.
  • Master Assassin's Robes (Hooded): Obtain the Dream Egg in the free Moogle Chocobo Carnival DLC - it hatches into this
    • Reduces the MP cost of phase moves
  • Master Assassin's Robes: Also obtained by getting the Dream Egg in the Moogle Chocobo Carnival.
    • Reduces the MP cost of phase moves
  • Medjay Assassin's Robe (Hooded): In the Final Fantasy XV 'Assassin's Festival' DLC, talk to Holly - she'll give you this.
    • Makes you immune to Instant Death.
  • Medjay Assassin's Robe: In the timed 'Assassin's Festival' cross-over DLC, talk to Holly - she'll give you this.
    • Makes you immune to Instant Death.
  • Noodle Helmet: Free DLC to promote Cup Noodles.
    • Dramatically raises your HP recovery rate, making it much harder to die.
  • If we find more or as more DLC is added to the game, we'll update the page!

All the costumes/outfits for Prompto, Ignis and Gladio in FF15 & where to find them

The guys also get a few extra costumes, of course. The main thing you need to know about these guys is this: once a costume is unlocked for one of them, it's unlocked for them all. Here they all are:

  • Crownsguard Fatigues: Unlocked by default. 
    • +20% to HP
  • Crownsguard Fatigues (No Jacket): Unlocked by default.
    • +20% to Strength
    • +20% to Magic
  • Casual Outfit: Unlocked by Default. 
    • Prevents statuses - Mollified, Disenchanted, Burnt, Frozen & Shocked.
  • Casual Outfit (No Jacket): Unlocked by default. 
    • Offers +20 Critical Hit rate.
  • Kingsglaive Garb: Unlocked during the storyline. 
    • +30% to Vitality
    • +30% to Spirit.
  • Kingsglaive Garb (No Jacket): Unlocked during the storyline. 
    • +3% to HP Recovery Rate 
    • +6% to MP Recovery Rate.
  • Thermal Suit: Worn during a story quest, but found after completing the game near the power plant.
    • +20% to HP
    • Blocks fire damage
    • Prevents burnt status
  • Magitek Exosuit: Added to the game in patch 1.13 (and later, of course)
    • Can make you invincible for a limited period of time.
  • Rugged Attire (Wild): Get 500,000 points or more in the Episode Gladiolus DLC score attack mode.
    • For Gladio only.
    • +200 Strength
    • -115 Vitality
    • Boosts Item Drop Rate
  • Tundra Attire: Complete the Episode Prompto DLC episode to unlock this.
    • +20% Max HP
    • +20% Vitality
    • -30% Fire Resistance
    • +60% Ice Resistance 
  • Medjay Assassin's Robe: In the Final Fantasy XV 'Assassin's Festival' DLC, talk to Holly - she'll give you this.
    • Makes you immune to Instant Death.
  • As DLC is added, we'll update this page with more outfits.

Need more FF15 help? Check out our full guide homepage, which features many more pages like this on several aspects of the game.

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