In Bayonetta, there are several outfits that players can unlock and equip on Bayonetta to change her look and appearance. Some of these outfits are unlocked straight out of the gate, but others will require various tasks and requirements to be met before you can use them.
How to unlock all Costumes in Bayonetta 3
The following is how to unlock all Bayonetta Costumes, most of which are unlocked by spending Halos or progressing the game.
|Outfit||How to unlock|
|Super Mirror B1||Unlocked by default.|
|Super Mirror B2||Can be bought from Rodin’s Treasures.|
|Super Mirror B3||Can be bought from Rodin’s Treasures.|
|Super Mirror B4||Can be bought from Rodin’s Treasures.|
|Super Mirror||Unlocked by save transferring or for 4k Halos.|
|Super Mirror 2||Unlocked by save transferring or for 4k Halos.|
|Outfits for Vola||Unlocked by default and beating the game|
|Outfits for Jeanne||Unlocked by default|
How to change your Outfits in Bayonetta 3
To change your Outfits in Bayonetta 3, you must open the Costume tab. You can open the Costume tab by pressing the Nintendo switch button and accessing the option from the Menu screen. Under the Costume tab, you can change the following about your character:
- Custom Color
- Hair Color
- Current Outfit
How to get more Costumes in Bayonetta 3
If you want more Costumes in Bayonetta 3, you can get them by earning and spending at least 4k Halos. However, before you can buy specific Costumes, you will need to beat the game at least once on any difficulty.
How to save transfer in Bayonetta 3
To save transfer and unlock special outfits in Bayonetta 3, you must have existing save data on your Switch for Bayonetta one and two. If you do not have save data for either game, you can not use the save transfer feature to unlock outfits from the other Bayonetta games early.