FFXV Medjay & Master Assassin's Robes Costume Showcase

The Final Fantasy XV Assassin’s Festival is now live, and it offers several new costumes. There’s the Medjay assassin’s robe, which all four party members wear, and you get it automatically. It is based on the robes from Assassin’s Creed: Origin. Then, there’s the Master Assassin robe, which you’ll have to work a bit to get.

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FFXV Medjay & Master Assassin's Robes Costume Showcase
FFXV Medjay & Master Assassin’s Robes Costume Showcase

The Assassin’s Festival in Final Fantasy XV has gone up. Like the game’s previous festivals, it brings with it a bunch of new content, including mini games, side quests, and other content. Of course, one of the main draws are the new costumes, inspired by Assassin’s Creed and it’s upcoming new installment, Origins. There are two types of Assassin’s Robes that you can get: the Medjay robes, and the Master Assassin robes.

First off, the Medjay costume. You’ll get this outfit simply by attending the festival. Basically, all the visitors of the Lestallum festival will be cosplaying as assassins, including Noctis and his party. The costume is based on the assassin’s robes from Assassin’s Creed Origins, and it has a pretty obvious Ancient Egyptian style to it, as you can see in the pictures below. All four party members will get this outfit, so nobody sticks out.

As for the Master Assassin’s outfit (pictured above), that one won’t be handed to you on a sliver platter. To obtain it, you’ll have to trade in a Dream Egg from the Moogle Chocobo festival. If you don’t have the item, you can still get it. Check out our guide on how to get a FFXV Dream Egg if you’re having trouble with it. One thing that’s important to note that the Master Assassin’s robes can only be worn by Noctis. Gladio, Prompto and Ignis have to make due with the Medjay outfit.

For more information on the FFXV Assassin’s Festival, check out our How to Download Assassin’s Festival DLC and FFXV Assassin Medallion Locations guides.

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