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In Assassin's Creed: Origins, Bayek can alter his appearance by donning various outfits. They have no stats and thus, serve only for aesthetic values rather than gameplay purposes. Some outfits can be bought from vendors while others are DLC exclusive or need to be unlocked via gameplay.

Outfits

Altaïr's Outfit

The outfit worn by the legendary Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad.

This outfit is available through Ubisoft Club.

Aguilar's Outfit

Run the rooftops of Alexandria or Memphis looking like Aguilar, hero of the Assassin’s Creed movie.

This outfit is part of the Twitch Prime Pack DLC. It was later released on the Ubisoft Club for 40 units.

Bathhouse Towel

This outfit leaves little to the imagination.

Obtained by completing the quest End of the Snake.

Bayek's Outfit

The perfect outfit for a wanderer who doesn't want to attract too much attention.

This is the default outfit. It is equipped automatically at the start of the game.

Black Hood

Anyone can kill; few do it with such style.

Obtained by completing the quest Phylakes' Prey.

Celestial Raiment

Those bestowed with the Mandate of Heaven wore this ancient suit of armor into battle.

This outfit is part of the Eastern Dynasties Pack DLC.

Centurion's Armor

Only the fiercest warriors can wear the lion's pelt.

This outfit is part of the Roman Centurion Pack DLC.

Collector outfit

Medjay or no medjay, looking good is top priority.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 2000 drachmas.

Confident Attire

Attire carefully crafted by a local tailor. This outfit will enable you to easily walk proud.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors.

Dark Side of the Moon

Garbed as Anubis, you await your enemies in the dead of night.

This outfit is a reward as part of the Trial of the Gods DLC. It can be obtained by completing the trials of Anubis, Sobek and Sekhmet once before completing any of them one more time.

Desert Cobra outfit

Sneak in the sand and strike as fast as the wind with this outfit.

This outfit is part of the Desert Cobra Pack DLC.

Dress of the Coastal Realm

Life at the sea can be hard, and it's even harder without the right clothes.

Obtained by defeating The Slaver in the Krokodilopolis Gladiator Arena or purchasing from tailors for 5000 drachmas.

Dress of the Foreign Realm

A little touch of color never hurt anyone.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors 5000 drachmas.

Dress of the Northern Realm

Northerners are said to value practicality over beauty.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 5000 drachmas.

Edward's Outfit

The outfit worn by the fearsome Captain Edward Kenway.

This outfit is available through the Ubisoft Club for 40 units.

Egyptian Hedj

A rather distinguished outfit, though still suitable for the demands of everyday life.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 200 drachmas.

Egyptian Irtyu

Blue, the color of the heavens, is favored by nobles.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 200 drachmas.

Egyptian Wahid

You'll travel unnoticed on the road in this humble outfit.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 200 drachmas.

Engai Na-nyokie

A Maasai warrior garbed in red is one in pursuit of vengeance.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors.

Engai Narok

Elder Maasai warrior don this robe as a sign of their power.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors.

Ezio's Outfit

The outfit worn by the Master Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze.

This outfit is available through Ubisoft Club.

Gasp of the Plains

An outfit that makes you dream of the call to adventure.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors.

Heliopolis Marauder

Because covering from the sun doesn't mean you can't also be stylish as well!

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 250 drachmas.

Hidden One

Rugged wear for the Land of Turquoise.

This outfit is automatically equipped when starting The Hidden Ones DLC.

Isu Armor

Experience the absolute power of the First Civilization.

Obtained by completing all Stone Circles and activate the final Ancient Mechanism.

Maasai Leader

When a man is so confident in his skills, he does not care for subtle clothing. Nothing screams more "come at me" than bright colors in the middle desert.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 2000 drachmas.

Maasai Warrior

An outfit traditionally worn by the fierce warriors of the Maasai people.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 2000 drachmas.

Marauder Chief

Red evokes power and passion, and a good leader needs both.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors.

Marauder's Garb

The desert is under constant assault by the harsh wind and the unforgiving sun. Even the most seasoned of bandits needs protection from the elements.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 250 drachmas.

Mummy

A great fashion choice on the occasion of your resurrection.

This outfit can be obtained in the Helix Store for 500 helix credits.

Can also be obtain in the chest of Heka with in-game currency.

Persian Commander

Purple is the color of leaders, feared by their enemies.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 2000 drachmas.

Persian Guard

The basic uniform for a soldier in the Persian army’s elite guard.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 2000 drachmas.

Persian Leader

Don't forget to cover up your face when in the desert. Having grains of sand in your eyes is quite painful, and no one wants a blind medjay.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors.

Persian Legend

Cover your head in the desert, or the sun will cook your brain. No one wants a stupid medjay.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 2000 drachmas.

Persian Prince

A remnant of Persian history, worn by a prince as fleet as the wind.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors.

Pharaoh Armor

Step into the light and be recognized as a true Pharaoh.

This outfit can be obtained in Origins for 500 helix credits.

Can also be obtain in the chest of Heka with in-game currency.

Protector

Worn by those who protect the people.

Obtained by completing the quest Narrowing the List or purchasing from tailors for 250 drachmas.

Red Sea Marauder

This outfit covers your right arm and makes it a bit hard to know which targets are still alive.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors.

Roman Centurion

This outfit is part of the Roman Centurion Pack DLC.

Roman Legionary

The costume of an elite Roman soldier, respected across the Mediterranean.

Obtained by defeating the The Hammer in the Cyrene Gladiator Arena.

Roman Marinus

The uniform of a Roman sailor well versed in naval warfare.

Obtained by defeating The Seleucid in the Cyrene Gladiator Arena.

Roman Venator

Worn by Roman hunters who provided for the legion while on campaign.

Obtained by defeating The Duelist in the Cyrene Gladiator Arena.

Savannah Marauder

Skinning your last kill and making it into an outfit demonstrates both your prowess as a hunter and your braggadocio.

Obtained by purchasing from tailors for 250 drachmas.

Scarab Soldier

Elite Egyptian soldiers were inspired by the diligence of the sacred beetle in crafting this outfit.

This outfit can be obtained in Origins for 500 helix credits.

Can also be obtain in the chest of Heka with in-game currency.

Sekhmet Costume

A costume worn during the reenactment of the battle between Sekhmet and Isfet held as part of Yamu’s festival.

Obtained by completing the quest Lady of Slaughter.

Shadow Warrior

This lightweight attire allows the wearer to melt into the shadows.

This outfit is part of the Nightmare Pack DLC.

Shaman

This outfit may allow you to communicate with the spirits of nature, and thereby improve your hunting skills.

Obtained by defeating the war elephant Herwennefer.

Spaniard's Armor

Addressing the audience, the Spaniard asks if they're enjoying the show.

This outfit is part of the Gladiator Items Pack DLC.

Vestment of Horus

The Sky God is among the most important Egyptian deities.

This outfit is part of the Horus Pack DLC.

Warden's Oath

Soldiers don armor for protection. Knights wear it to uphold justice.

This outfit is available through the Ubisoft Club for 40 units.

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