Unlocking Bayonetta Alternate Costumes
You’ve beaten Bayonetta and you’re looking for a reason to go back through it again, or maybe you’re a completionist and you just have to finish what you’ve started. Maybe you just want to get Bayonetta dressed up in a skimpy cheerleader outfit. I wouldn’t blame ya! Whatever your reason, it’s time to start working on some alternate costumes for the world’s sexiest witch.
Unlocking the costumes is time consuming, but it’s not terribly difficult. There’s nothing mysterious or hidden about the costumes either. Once you’ve finished the game, you’ll be able to go back into your save and buy costumes at Gates of Hell. Simply jump into the Rodin’s Treasure menu and purchase the Super Mirror, and voila! Every Bayonetta costume is yours for the buying.
How to Farm Halos
Sure, Bayonetta alternate costumes are cool to have, but they don’t come cheap. You’ll have to shell out 100,000 Halos on the Super Mirror before buying the costumes, and they run another 100,000 each. In all, you’ll need 900,000 Halos. If you so
mehow managed to accrue nearly a million Halos by the end of a single Bayonetta playthrough, then you’re good to go. But chances are you didn’t even come near that much. I sure didn’t!
So what’s a witch to do? To start with, equip the Gaze of Despair. It’ll anger your enemies, but it greatly increases the amount of Halos you’re getting. You’ll also want to equip Selene’s Light so you’ll go into Witch Time the instant you get hit. Then it’s time to find a fight.
There are a lot of good levels to farm, and you’ll utilize the same technique on each of them. Build your multiplier as high as you can before the boss fight, taunt during any downtime to keep your multiplier up and then finish off the boss. The fight against Fortitudo in Chapter 4 is a great way to go, but the big, fast Halo count comes from Chapter XI - The Cardinal Virtue of Justice.
Of course, if you’re having trouble, you can always feel free to cheat!
Bayonetta Alternate Costume Pics
Before you spend all that time beating the game through and farming Halos, you’ll probably want to know what you’re getting out of it. Well there’s good news there. Bayonetta alternate costumes range from cool, to clever, to smokin’ hot.
The one you’ll get by buying the Super Mirror is the Umbran Komanchi outfit, which is Bayonetta in a kimono. It’s not the sexiest costume, but it looks fantastic when you’re whirling around and slaying angels.
Buying the Couture Bullet (Queen) at Gates of Hell gets you an awesome witch costume. Bayonetta appears in thigh high boots, a tiny skirt, a pointy hat and a top tha
t’s about as revealing as you can get.
My personal favorite is the various costume set. It includes a pair of bikinis and a cheerleader costume that feels so completely out of place.
If you’ve got all the costumes and you still need more, there are plenty of places where you can find some hot Bayonetta pics.