Passion for Fashion achievement in Resident Evil

Passion for Fashion

Obtain all costumes.

Passion for Fashion0
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How to unlock the Passion for Fashion achievement

  • BLAZE VIIBLAZE VII418,672
    21 Jan 2015 21 Jan 2015 24 Jan 2015
    60 8 21
    This is how I unlocked the achievement and I only played as JILL VALENTINE so far:

    1. Normal difficulty playthrough ("Like climbing a mountain" from the main menu)
    2. Normal+ playthrough (New Game Plus) ("Once Again..." from the main menu)
    3. Real Survival Mode playthrough
    4. Invisible Enemy Mode playthrough

    Everything of course on the same save-file and that's also the order I played the game.

    Additional notes:

    -Both RESIDENT EVIL 5 - BSAA outfits for each character are available from the beginning.

    -Complete the game once with Jill on any difficulty to unlock Jill's ARMY outfit.
    -Complete the game a second time (same save-file NG+) with her to unlock Jill's RESIDENT EVIL 3 outfit.

    -*Complete the game once with Chris on any difficulty to unlock Chris' THE MEXICAN outfit.
    -*Complete the game a second time (same save-file NG+) with him to unlock Chris' ALTERNATE S.T.A.R.S. uniform.

    *As I stated on the top that's how I unlocked them, never played with Chris Redfield. So either play it four times with Jill Valentine or twice with her on twice with Chris. Just make sure IT'S ALWAYS ON THE SAME SAVE-FILE!!!

    If you guys find a faster/different way to unlock this let me know. Hope this helps! wave

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    WolvereeseMaybe this will help someone with the same issues:

    I played my 2nd run with Jill on another save. After realizing that you have to do "once again" on a completed save game (4 times) I had the same problem as
    @wannabe1993
    and the "Passion for Fashion" achievement showed me a 60% progress. But I had just one more costume to go for. So I have just overwritten all my savegames of my accidental second Jill run and at the end it popped for me.
    Posted by Wolvereese on 31 Mar 18 at 22:13
    Jimbo LaFleurIn case someone checks these comments because they think they messed up with their saves I want to write here what happened to me:
    Following the walkthrough I finished the game with Jill on normal, next run was Chris on very easy with CQC and the third run was real survivor combined with a speed run. At that point I only had the invisible/no save run left (Chris, very easy).
    I did ALL of my first three runs via "Once again" WITHOUT loading a cleared save (of which I had three separate) and after my third run I was wondering why the costume-achievement was only at 60%, I just had the feeling it should be higher.
    ...Imagine the shock after I realized I was expected to load a cleared save for every new run. However, I started my last run (invisible, no save) just like the walkthrough says but this time I loaded my last cleared save, the one from my previous real survivor run.
    After the invisible/no save-run the achievement unlocked just fine!
    Why do I write all this? In case you think you are in the middle of a problem, maybe just keep following your playthrough-route.
    After all I read here the achievement shouldn't have unlocked for me because I did only load a clear save for my last run.
    Posted by Jimbo LaFleur on 04 Oct 18 at 11:20
    B Scrizzle21If it says once again at the main menu then that means your cleared save is already loaded. If it doesn’t say once again at the main menu then just go load your cleared save and it will bring you back to the main menu and it says once again
    Posted by B Scrizzle21 on 21 Nov 20 at 19:51
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  • CyberneticHFXCyberneticHFX577,321
    30 May 2020 30 May 2020
    2 0 1
    Load status: It is required to Load the relative Cleared Data. But after completion of a story that is automatically loaded. When the software was abandoned, after that nothing relative is loaded automatically upon starting software runtime.

    Once again.../New game: The, Once again...-option, temporarily replaces the, New game-option, as long as the runtime session recognizes (when loaded/preloaded) a Cleared Data, and it serves not as a game play affected New Game Plus feature beyond the use of costumes. You will be able to select a difficulty level and play a story in base mode once again.

    Costume usage: The initially used costume can be selected when starting a story, and changed at the Closet by the Art Room, which is initially accessible from the lower level of the Main Hall, after the retrieval of the Closet Key from the Medical Storage Room's Item Box.

    Closet Key: The Closet Key will only be in the world, as long as progression originated from a Cleared Data. It is a story completion reward for saving Chris and Barry in Jill's playable story, and/or for saving Rebecca and Jill in Chris' playable story. This item is not required for the relative progression.

    Progression: In order to continue making process on getting all costumes and all weapons, it is required to develop progress further from the most advanced Cleared Data. So, always load it when starting a new story, if is not already preloaded after a story completion during current runtime session. Only then, select either, Once again..., Real Survival mode, Invisible Enemy mode.

    Progress tracking: 0%/20%/40%/60%/100% (80%-100% automatically calculated, based on two alternative costumes that come within software version)

    Task: After the completion of four stories in base modes of any difficulty level or any challenge modes, all costumes (four unlockable) become unlocked for the extensive progression (developed from three most advanced Cleared Datas) of a Save Data. Save the forth Cleared Data, in order to keep relative progression (forth costume/flagged Weapons' index).

    Unlock order: If the character played within a story had yet a locked custom, then one will be unlocked for them, otherwise one still locked for the other character would become unlocked.

    I hope now everyone of the future will better understand.

    If you made other conclusions and revealed any minor factual errors in this information, please share your findings in great detail by posting a comment to this Solution.
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    Nacho
    Progress tracking: 0%/20%/40%/60%/100% (80%-100% automatically calculated, based on two alternative costumes that come within software version)
    I think this is incorrect because my progress tracker is currently stuck at 80%. I'm not sure if my game is glitched or not as all the outfits are on one save file and it still hasn't unlocked.
    Posted by Nacho on 20 Jun 20 at 19:18
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