Being a first-person game, you can’t always see your character in Cyberpunk 2077, but that doesn’t mean you don’t want them to look stylish.
The good news is that you can fully customise V in Cyberpunk 2077, dressing them up in a range of clothing and accessories. But how do you get new clothes? Here’s what you need to know.
There are plenty of places you’ll find clothing for free while playing Cyberpunk 2077. You’ll be able to loot some from enemies that you’ve killed or incapacitated. Just hover over their bodies once they’re down, and you’ll see what they have. (Don’t worry; you won’t leave their corpse naked!)
You’ll also find clothing out in the world. Perhaps you’ll find it just laying in the floor, or you’ll occasionally come across a wardrobe. The rule of ‘finders keepers’ definitely applies in Cyberpunk 2077.
However, if you want to have some choice over what V wears, and you want to kit them out exactly how you’d like, you’ll need to visit a clothes shop. There are plenty of them dotted all over Night City – but you’ll of course need some money to spend.
Clothes shops are identified on Night City’s map with a ‘jacket’ icon. Each shop seemingly carries its own range of clothing, so it’s worth visiting a few to see their range. If one shop doesn’t have anything that you like, simply take a drive (or fast travel) to another.
Be aware, though, that each item of clothing has its own stats. The best-looking items of clothing might not have the most useful stats, so you’ll likely want to strike a balance between raising your defence levels and looking stylish. That said, you can upgrade items of clothing if you have the right upgrade materials.
Depending on the rarity level of clothing, it might also have some ‘mod’ slots. These allow you to further customise it by raising its defence rating, or adding extra special effects.
You can also craft your own clothing from the main menu if you’ve got the required materials and plans.