Best-Looking Outfits in Assassin’s Creed: Origins

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Now that Mirage is released, I thought it would be good to revisit Assassin’s Creed: Origins and take a look at eight of the best-looking outfits in the game.

These outfits don’t govern over any protection or other stats, as upgrading existing, non-removable equipment is how you increase those stats. These eight-best-looking outfits in Assassin’s Creed: Origins are all about appearance.

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There are many outfits to choose from in the game, and I include the most unique ones here. I will not include any outfits you can buy from the in-game store. However, I include items from DLCs.

Black Hood

Eight Best-Looking Outfits in Assassin’s Creed: Origins

You can obtain the Black Hood outfit by defeating the Phylakes that begin hunting you at one point in the game. These bosses are pretty difficult to defeat but doing so is rewarding. There are many of them for you to hunt and you must complete the associated quest to obtain this menacing black outfit.

Dress of the Foreign Realm

Eight Best-Looking Outfits in Assassin’s Creed: Origins

Dress of the Foreign Realm is a rugged and heavy-looking outfit that’s rather vibrant. But it fits the dry, desert theme of the game decently enough. You don’t need to complete any quests to get it, but it’s rather expensive at the merchant, which is the only way you can obtain it. Costing a hefty 5000 drachmae, this outfit will be a great addition to your collection.

Mythical Warrior

Eight Best-Looking Outfits in Assassin’s Creed: Origins

I love in-game items that reward a player’s efforts and while many Ubisoft games prefer microtransactions to actually rewarding the player in-game, this is an exception. After completing the game and starting New Game +, you can obtain the Mythical Warrior outfit. It looks very distinguishable and while it doesn’t really suit an Assassin who wants to keep to the shadows, it looks great, nonetheless.

Serqet’s Carapace

This is another really menacing black outfit that you can obtain by completing five Serqet locations in the Curse of the Pharaohs DLC.


The Shaman outfit looks perfect for the dry desert landscapes of Egypt. You can obtain this rather ancient outfit by defeating the war elephant Herwennefer who’s located in the White Desert Oasis. Defeating him will prove a challenge but it’s well worth it.

Persian Leader

This white and rather loud-looking outfit is fit for a Persian bandit leader who’s not afraid of face-to-face showdowns. It features a beautiful chest armor piece as well, and it costs 2000 drachmae.

Isu Armour

Probably the most popular and legendary outfit in the entire game, this armor has some interesting lore behind it. Belonging to the ancient race of powerful Isu, you can obtain this rare and extremely valuable outfit by completing a rather long quest. The quest “Bayek’s Promise” requires you to visit many stone formations throughout Egypt and at the end of the quest, you will be rewarded with this.

Egyptian Wahid

This is the cheapest outfit on this list, costing only 200 drachmae. It’s low profile but looks really cool and fits the theme of the game perfectly.

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