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Baldur’s Gate 3 Guide: How to Hide Clothes and Use Camp Outfits

Are you tired of looking at ugly helmets and bulky armor in Baldur’s Gate 3? Well, you’re in luck! Hiding clothing has become a popular feature in role-playing games, and Baldur’s Gate 3 is no exception. Although you can’t directly transmog your armor, the developers at Larian Studios have provided some options to customize the appearance of your character both during gameplay and cutscenes.

Baldur’s Gate 3 is known for its extensive settings and mechanics that allow you to play the game your way. Whether you’re choosing the perfect class from a selection of 12, each with numerous subclasses, or embarking on various quests, customization is key. This includes clothing options that can help you make your character truly stand out.

How to hide helmets and use camp clothing in Baldur’s Gate 3

To hide your helmet or change your appearance outside of cutscenes, simply open the party menu and access an individual character’s inventory. On the left side of the equipment screen, above the helmet equipment slot, you’ll find the option to Hide Helmet, Show Helmet, or even hide it during dialogues. Remember that this option is only visible when you hover your mouse over the appropriate location.

On the right side of the equipment screen, above the chest armor slot, you’ll notice a small helmet icon. This icon allows you to switch between the Default clothing and Camp clothing options at any time. This is especially useful if you have a character whose appearance doesn’t quite match the armor they’re wearing.

These customization options extend beyond just changing clothes; you can even remove clothes entirely if you’re feeling particularly audacious.

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So now you’re ready to take on goblins and phase spiders in your favorite skimpy clothes! While we eagerly await the possibility of a hidden option to transmog equipment for even more customization, be sure to check out our other helpful guides, such as how to navigate noxious fume traps or the best build for Karlach, the demon-like Barbarian.


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