In Assassin's Creed II, the Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze is able to obtain several outfits. Once an outfit is unlocked and equipped, it will alter Ezio's appearance. Some of these outfits affect gameplay elements, while others are purely cosmetic.
The Medici cape is gifted to Ezio by Lorenzo de' Medici, following the death of Jacopo de' Pazzi. While the cape is worn, Ezio remains incognito in Florence and Tuscany. However, the guards still react to unusual behavior.
The Venetian cape is also unlocked after completing Sequence 11. While the cape is worn, Ezio remains incognito in Venice and Romagna. As with the Medici cape, the guards still react to unusual behavior.
Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad's robes can be purchased from Uplay for 30 Uplay points. The robes feature the amputated ring finger, and a short blade sheath on the back, despite Ezio sheathing all the daggers at his waist.
Worn only during Sequence 9. The outfit features two masks, a metal and a golden one. It also has a unique black cape with gold colored designs.
Borgia Guard armor
Florentine Noble attire
- Altaïr's robes use the same character model seen during Desmond Miles' hallucination in the Rome hideout, evident by the amputated finger, single visible Hidden Blade, despite the dual blades being usable, and different eye color.
- While wearing Altaïr's robes, if Ezio runs out of throwing knives, the holders are still full of them.
- If Altaïr's robes are worn when acquiring the Hidden Blade, Ezio's robes will replace them, but will switch back once Ezio tests the weapon.
- When Ezio receives the brand on his ring finger while wearing Altaïr's robes, a glitch may occur, since the model does not possess the finger.
- The Medici cape can be found in Monteriggioni's church by Desmond in Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. It is one of the artifacts present in the town.
- Ezio is awarded the Auditore cape for fully renovating Rome in Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. Unlike in Assassin's Creed II, the cape allows Ezio to remain incognito, functioning the same as the Borgia cape.
- The cape worn during the Carnevale bears markings similar to the Assassin insignia.