Outfits and suits are clothes you can get in Vampyr. They allow you to change your appearance, and act as alternate skins for the good doctor. A lot of players seem to be confused by the clothing system and how to take advantage of it. This guide will show you how to change outfit in Vampyr.
How to change suit & clothes?
In short, you can’t (probably). See, as far as we know, there’s only one suit in the game, apart from the default one. It’s called the physician suit, and it’s only available as a preorder bonus. This means there’s no way to get it now that the game’s out. Only those who bought it before release will have access to this alternate skin. It may appear as part of a DLC later on, but for now, it’s not available for sale.
There are no other suits in the game, which seems odd. People generally like to play dress up, and it’s always a good idea to have at least several outfits in an RPG. Maybe the developers are planning to add some in a future update or paid DLC. Only time will tell.
How to equip physician suit?
If you have preordered the game, you’ll have a bonus outfit at your disposal. It’s a fancy raincoat with a shoulder cape, and a matching bowler hat. It will make you look much more like a doctor, and much less like someone who feeds on the blood of humans.
Once you’ve claimed it, you simply need to walk to the wardrobe in your house/office and interact with it. You will be allowed to switch between the new suit and the default skin at will, so don’t worry about changing back later.