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How to find and change outfits in One Piece Odyssey

Customize the look of the Straw Hats

A party at a One Piece Odyssey camp with the Straw Hats Image: ILCA Inc./Bandai Namco via Polygon

One Piece Odyssey is a celebration of 25 years of One Piece, and that’s reflected in the Straw Hats’ outfits as well. There are two outfits for each character — one accurate to how the characters look now, and one from how the characters appeared when they first joined Luffy’s crew (pre- and post-timeskip outfits).

In this One Piece Odyssey outfits guide, we’ll tell you how to change your crew’s outfits and where to find more outfits for them (spoiler: it’s nowhere, because you can’t).

How to change outfits in One Piece Odyssey

While there’s an entry for Outfits on each character’s page in the pause menu, you can’t actually change anyone’s look there. Instead, you’ll have to wait until you find a Camp or a Tavern.

One Piece Odyssey Luffy in front of the green tent in a Camp.
Changing outfits in a Camp.
Image: ILCA Inc./Bandai Namco via Polygon

Camps are where the Straw Hats will recharge, craft meals and Trick Balls, and throw parties to gain a temporary buff in combat. Once you find a Camp’s bonfire and interact with it, head to the green tent.

Taverns are the bars marked with a tankard icon on your map. At a Tavern, head to the bartender and interact. The options at taverns are the same as at a Camp (and they’re a Save Point, too).

At either of these places, choose the Change Outfit option to customize your crew.

Where to find new One Piece Odyssey outfits

The default outfits that come with the game are the New World Challenge Outfits for Luffy, Zora, Nami, Usopp, Sanji, Chopper, and Robin. These are post-timeskip outfits that are more or less how the Straw Hats currently appear.

One Piece Odyssey Change Outfits menu with Luffy in his Traveling Outfit.
Luffy’s Traveling Outfit.
Image: ILCA Inc./Bandai Namco via Polygon

At the moment, the only way to get new outfits for your One Piece Odyssey crew is to have already pre-ordered any version of the game (with one exception). If you did, you’ll find the Traveling Outfits under the Change Outfits option. These outfits are the pre-timeskip appearances — how characters appeared when they first joined Luffy’s crew — for all the playable characters.

If you bought the Deluxe or Collector’s Edition of One Piece Odyssey, you’ll unlock one additional outfit — the Sniper King Outfit for Usopp, based on his appearance in the Water 7 arc.

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