Ghostwire Tokyo All Outfit Locations [50 Outfits]

Our Ghostwire Tokyo All Outfit Locations guide entails the locations by mentioning how to get all 50 outfits in Ghostwire Tokyo.

Looking for outfits in a game like Ghostwire Tokyo doesn’t make sense because you never really get to see Akito in third-person mode except for the cutscenes. You do get to see Akito’s limbs during the gameplay when you’re attacking and performing some of the best skills and movesets but that is not the point here. Maybe you want to see Akito look cool even if it’s just in the cutscenes or want to collect all the outfits in Ghostwire Tokyo because you are a completionist, and if you’re then read our Ghostwire Tokyo Trophy Guide. Well whatever reason you may have, we are going to show you all outfit locations In our “Ghostwire Tokyo Outfit Locations” guide so you will know that you can find an outfit when you come across one.

Methods To Obtain Outfits In Ghostwire Tokyo

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Before we continue further with our “Ghostwire Tokyo All Outfit Locations” guide, you should know that there are different methods to obtain the outfits in Ghostwire Tokyo for the sake of clarification. Those different methods are:

  1. Playing through the main story
  2. Finsihing side quests
  3. Progressing through the Relic-Hunting Nekomata N.P.C storyline
  4. Buying from Relic-Hunting Nekomata N.P.C (you need 218,200 Meika precisely to buy all the outfits.)

All 50 Outfit Locations In Ghostwire Tokyo

With the four methods on how to obtain the outfits in Ghostwire Tokyo out of the way, it is about time we focus individually on how to obtain each outfit or piece of outfit, so buckle up and get ready to dominate the streets of Tokyo with swag.

1. Ghostwear

You are rewarded with the Ghostwear outfit once you complete the “The Crimson Moon” side quest.

2. Casual Suit

This is a reward for completing the “And Then There Were None” side quest.

3. Leather Shoes (Cap Toe)

Rewarded for completing the “And Then There Were None” side quest.

4. Biker (No Helmet)

You automatically obtain the “Biker (No Helmet)” outfit after initiating the “Family” mission in the fifth chapter.

5. Fallout 4 Vault Suit

Rewarded after completing “The Crimson Moon” optional quest. Read our Ghostwire Tokyo Fallout 4 Suit Location guide and learn the step-by-step method of acquiring this suit.

6. Skinny Pants

Obtained after finishing the “And Then There Were None” optional quest.

7. Skinny Jeans

You need to purchase this from Handicraft Nekomata around Shiroyama Shrine for 18,000 Meika.

8. Three-Quarter Sleeve Shirt

Purchasable for 1,200 Meika from Artsy Nekomata located to the north of Yashin Shrine,

9. Canvas Sneakers

Purchasable from Luster-Loving Nekomata to the east of Kuro Shrine for 6,000 Meika.

10. Modern Coat

Purchasable from Musical Nekomata around Matsumi Shrine for 8,800.

11. Sunglasses (Black)

Purchasable from Japanophile Nekomata around Utagawa Shopping District Torii Gate for 9,800 Meika.

12. Riot Division Tech Jacket

Purchasable from Playful Nekomata at Kirigaoka Park for 12,800 Meika.

13. Glasses (Boston)

Purchased from Artsy Nekomata to the North of Yashin Shrine for 8,900.

14. Cargo Shorts

Sold by Luster-Loving Nekomata to the east of Kuro Shrine for 6,800 Meika.

15. Glasses (Silver)

Purchasable from Nostalgic Nekomata at Hirokawa Shrine for 9,800 Meika.

16. Suit Pants

Purchasable from Musical Nekomata around Matsumi Shrine for 8,800 Meika.

17. Zori

Purchased from Japanophile Nekomata near Utagawa Shopping District Torii Gate for 2,300 Meika.

18. Riot Division Tech Pants

Purchasable from Doll Fanatic Nekomata around Namihara Shrine for 9,800 Meika.

19. Officer

Rewarded for completing the “Little Girl Lost” side quest.

20. Male Mask

You automatically get the “Male Mask” after completing the “The Mask” side quest.

21. Tanuki

You are rewarded with the “Tanuki” outfit after defeating Boss Tanuki, but first, you need to collect all the Tanuki to actually be able to fight him. Read our Ghostwire Tokyo Tanuki Locations guide which shows all the Tanuki locations.

22. Female Mask

You automatically get the “Female Mask” after completing the “The Mask” side quest.

23. Taiko Drummer

Rewarded after completing the “After The End III” Side Quest.

24. Cool Biz

Sold by Handicraft Nekomata around Shiroyama Shrine for 7,000 Meika.

25. Leather Shoes (Plain Toe)

Purchasable from Doll Fanatic Nekomata around Namihara Shrine for 7,800 Meika.

26. Formal Suit

Purchasable from Weapon Nerd Nekomata found in Noto Shrine for 20,600 Meika.

27. Glasses(Rimless)

Purchasable from Archeology Nekomata at Tatsui Shrine for 12,000 Meika.

28. Glasses (Square)

Purchasable from Occult Nekomata at Onten Shrine for 8,600 Meika.

29. Tinfoil Hat

Obtained by finishing all the missions for Occult Nekomata at Onten Shrine.

30. Shorts

Purchasable from Antique Nekomata around Shimokusa Shrine for 1,800 Meika.

31. Glasses (Half Rim)

Purchasable from Weapon Nerd Nekomata at Noto Shrine for 12,800 Meika.

32. Knit Cap

Purchasable from Archeology Nekomata at Tatsui Shrine for 8000 Meika.

33. Convenience Store Uniform

Purchasable from Archeology Nekomata at Tatsui Shrine for 11,000 Meika.

34. Long Coat

Purchasable from Occult Nekomata at Onten Shrine for 8,600 Meika.

35. T-Shirt

Purchasable from Antique Nekomata around Shimosuka Shrine for 1,000 Meika.

36. Loafers

Purchasable from Antique Nekomata around Shimosuka Shrine for 3,400 Meika.

37. Jersey

The jersey is obtained after you finish 9 requests for Handicraft Nekomata around Shiroyama Shrine.

38. Jersey Pants

Obtained after you’ve successfully completed all the requests for Handicraft Nekomata around Shiroyama Shrine.

39. Sunglasses (Khaki)

In order to obtain the “Sunglasses (Khaki)”, you need to complete 5 requests for Nostalgic Nekomata at Hirokawa Shrine.

40. Riot Division Shorts

In order to obtain the “RIOT DIVISION Shorts”, you need to complete 3 requests for Doll Fanatic Nekomata around Namihara Shrine.

41. RIOT DIVISION Logo T-Shirt

The “RIOT DIVISION logo T-Shirt“ is automatically obtained after you’ve successfully completed every last one of Weapon Nerd Nekomata’s requests at Noto Shrine.

42. Safety Helmet

The “Safety Helmet” can be acquired after completing 5 requests for Archeology Nekomata at Tatsui Shrine.

43. Glasses (Round)

To get this one, you must complete 4 requests for Netsuke Collector Nekomata around Kamio Shrine.

44. Cap

Obtained after finishing 6 requests given by Handicraft Nekomata around Shiroyama Shrine.

45. Fingerless Gloves

To get the “Fingerless Gloves”, you need to complete 2 requests for Luster-Loving Nekomata located to the east of Kuro Shrine.

46. Riot Division Art T-Shirt

The “RIOT DIVISION Art T-Shirt” is obtained automatically once you’ve completed all requests for Nostalgic Nekomata at Hirokawa Shrine.

47. Safari Hat

Just complete 4 requests for Weapon Nerd Nekomata at Noto Shrine, and you’ll receive the Safari Hat.

48. Towel

This time, you need to complete 3 requests for Archeology Nekomata at Tatsui Shrine.

49. Fox Mask

You’ll receive the “Fox Mask” once you’ve completed all requests provided by Antique Nekomata around Shimokusa Shrine.

50. Riot Division Tech Shoes

This final outfit is obtained after you’ve completed 8 requests for Netsuke Collector Nekomata around Kamio Shrine.

If you’ve made it to the bottom of our Ghostwire Tokyo Outfit Locations guide, then we congratulate you as you now know the location of every outfit in Ghostwire Tokyo. So without further ado collect all those outfits and unlock the “Trendsetter” trophy! If you found our helpful then you’ll also be interested in our Ghostwire Tokyo Voice Logs Locations guide.

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Atik is a Game Guides Writer at eXputer with plenty of experience under his belt. He has a knack for well-written stories and amazing combat mechanics. When not found going on adventures with Nathan Drake, he's usually found creating 3D artwork and writing code.

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