Assassin’s Creed Origins includes a variety of different outfits Bayek can wear. None of those outfits give Bayek any combat bonuses. However, the legendary outfits are the coolest-looking ones for Bayek to have in his wardrobe. You can unlock some legendary outfits by doing certain things within the game, while others are only available on Ubisoft Store and Ubisoft Club. This is how you can get all the legendary outfits in Assassin’s Creed Origins.
Complete the “Lady of Slaughter” Side Quest
The Sekhmet Costume is a more unique legendary outfit in Assassin’s Creed Origins that comes with an animal helmet. You can unlock that outfit by completing the “Lady of Slaughter” side quest. That’s a level eight side quest you can complete relatively early in the game within the village of Yamu.
Complete the “Phylakes’ Prey” Side Quest
You can unlock the Black Hood legendary outfit in Assassin’s Creed Origins by completing the “Phylakes’ Prey” quest. To do that, you’ll need to defeat all 11 elite Phylake warriors on the map and kill a few crocodiles to boot. You probably won’t be able to finish that quest until after game completion because some Phylakes are level 40 enemies.
Fight in the Cyrene Gladiator Arena
You can unlock three Roman-themed legendary outfits by doing lots of fighting at the Cyrene Gladiator Arena. First, defeat all the bosses in standard arena mode to unlock the Roman Legionary outfit. Killing the Hammer boss in the elite arena event will get you the Roman Venetor outfit. Add the Roman Marinus outfit to Bayek’s wardrobe by completing all the elite events at Cyrene Gladiator Arena (defeat the Duelist).
Activate the Ancient Mechanism in the Great Sphinx
The Isu Armor is perhaps the most sought-after legendary outfit in Assassin’s Creed Origins. It is an advanced suit of armor made by the Isu civilization. This makes it one of the hardest outfits to unlock in the game since it’s stuffed away in a secret Isu vault.
To unlock the Isu Armor, you must first complete the “Bayek’s Promise” side quest by finding all 12 stone circle locations and aligning their star constellations. Next, collect 50 silicia from inside the various tombs in Egypt. Crawl through the hole in the wall at the back of the Great Sphinx to enter an Isu vault that unlocks with the “Bayek Promise” quest completed. Then activate the ancient mechanism in that vault with your 50 silicia to obtain the Isu Armor.
Defeat the Slaver in Krokodilopolis Arena
The Dress of the Coastal Realm legendary outfit is a reward offered at the Krokodilopolis Gladiator Arena. Defeat the Slaver boss in that arena to get your hands on that maritime-themed outfit.
Purchase Two Legendary Outfits From Weavers
You can also unlock the Dress of the Coastal Realm and Dress of the Northern Realm legendary outfits by purchasing them from weavers in the Alexandria area. Check out the weaver stores in the northeast and southwest of Alexandria to find those outfits for sale. I also purchased the Northern Realm outfit from the weaver in Krokodilopolis. You’ll need to stump up 5,000 drachmae to purchase each one.
Defeat the War Elephant in White Desert
Defeating the war elephant Herwennefer in White Desert Oasis will unlock the Shaman legendary outfit in Assassin’s Creed Origins. Head to the location shown on the map screenshot below to find that elephant. However, beating war elephants isn’t easy since they’re level 40 enemies. So, it’s probably best to forget about unlocking Shaman until you’ve completed the game.
Complete Assassin’s Creed Origins on the New Game Plus Mode
New Game Plus is a special post-completion mode in which you play through Assassin’s Creed Origins again at a higher level. Completing New Game Plus mode rewards you with the Mythical Warrior outfit. The Mythical Warrior legendary outfit in Assassin’s Creed Origins is another bit of advanced armor comparable to the Isu outfit.
Defeat the God Bosses
Assassin’s Creed Origins has weekly “Trial of the Gods” timed events in which you can fight three high-level Anubis, Sekhmet, and Sobek bosses. The locations of those timed events are marked on the map with diamonds. Defeating the bosses in those events rewards you with legendary swords, scepters, shields, and outfits.
You can unlock the Revenge of Anubis, Radiance of Anubis, and Dark Side of the Moon legendary outfits in Assassin’s Creed Origins by defeating those bosses four times across different timed events to collect all rewards offered. Winning four boss fights on standard mode unlocks the Dark Side of the Moon. To get the Revenge of Anubis outfit, you’ll need to win four boss fights on hard mode.
Purchase Legendary Outfits on the Ubisoft Store With Helix Credits
The Ubisoft Store includes seven legendary outfits you can purchase with helix credits. Select the Gear tab within the Ubisoft Store to view the outfits available. There you can purchase the Pharoah’s Regalia, Spaniard’s Armor, Celestial Raimet, Shadow Warrior, Pharoh Armor, Scarab Soldier, and Mummy outfits. Each outfit costs 500 helix credits to unlock.
You can also purchase a Desert Cobra customization pack with helix credit on the Ubisoft Store. That pack includes numerous legendary gear goodies. Among them is the Desert Cobra outfit, which is another nice addition to Bayek’s wardrobe.
Purchase Legendary Outfits on Ubisoft Club With Points
You can unlock another six legendary outfits by purchasing them for 40 points each in Ubisoft Club. There you can unlock the Enzio, Altair, Warden’s Oath, Hunter, Edward, and Aguicar legendary outfits. Enzio and Altair are two classic white Order or Assassin outfits worth snapping up there.
Unlocking all those legendary outfits in Assassin’s Creed Origins is a pretty big challenge. The Isu Armor, Mythical Warrior, Dark Side of the Moon, and Anubis outfits are the most special ones that give Bayek an almost godlike appearance, but you’ll need to do a lot to get them. There are also some additional legendary outfits available within Assassin’s Creed Origins DLCs, like Curse of the Pharaohs.