In Cyberpunk 2077, clothing sets change a character’s entire outfit. It’s not quite transmog since it’s a separate slot, but clothing sets at least let a player keep a consistent look for their character. These items are relatively rare, but we’ve found the locations of four of them so far.
What are clothing sets in Cyberpunk 2077?
There’s a whole blank in the inventory dedicated to clothing sets in Cyberpunk 2077. When a player dons one of these outfits, it visually overrides any current clothing while still applying their stats. This allows the player to have a consistent look without looking for and buying gear that continually matches.
Unfortunately, there aren’t very many clothing sets in the game. We’ve only run across four (and a half), and they’re not really all that exciting to wear.
Cyberpunk 2077 clothing set locations
We’ve found four clothing sets that V gets to keep and one that is only worn as part of a mission and then removed from the character’s inventory. Again, don’t get too excited about these. Like with regular clothing, they’re not customizable, and they’re rather dull in general.
The clothing sets in Cyberpunk 2077 are:
- Bandage Wrapping
- This is acquired automatically at the beginning of Act II.
- Virtual Jumpsuit
- Players unlock this as part of the main story.
- NCPD Chem-Resistant Hazmat Suit
- Players can find this on a dead NCPD officer in one of the random hustles.
- Arasaka Hazmat Suit
- The Arasaka Hazmat Suit is found as loot during the Gig: Greed Never Pays in Japan Town.
This last clothes set is removed from the players’ inventory when the mission it’s worn in is completed (and also has a variation):
- Militech Suit:
- Worn during “The Heist.”
- Dirty Militech Suit:
- Worn during the latter part of “The Heist.”
There are likely more clothes sets in Cyberpunk 2077. We’ll update this article as we find them.