Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice does away with a number of FromSoftware staples from the Dark Souls games. There’s no multiplayer, there is far less character customization, and combat is effectively limited to just one weapon. Along with no character customization, there are no armor sets or outfits to equip, just Sekiro’s default outfit — in other words, no “Fashion Souls.”
Modder Zullie the Witch — the modder who has also uncovered their share of content cut from Bloodborne and Dark Souls games — is here to address Sekiro’s costume variety with a mod that swaps Sekiro’s model with those of other characters. That includes human characters like Emma the physician and the Nightjar Ninja, as well as non-human characters, like the sword-wielding monkey and the poisonous lizard. (Since publishing the mod, Zullie has also experimented with putting some Dark Souls 3 characters into Sekiro.)
You can see the costume pack mod in action in Zullie’s YouTube video above. If the option to role-play as the Geico gecko is your cup of sake, you can grab the PC mod from NexusMods.