RDR 2 Outfit Changer 0.2

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RDR 2 Outfit Changer 0.2

We are proud to release our latest modification for Red Dead Redemption 2: An outfit changer! Featuring all of the more than 1300 single player clothing items (and in version 0.2 all multiplayer components!), Arthur has never looked more unique. A word of caution: The component system in RDR2 is very powerful and even many parts of your skin are components which you might need to toggle to make body parts (re)appear! Please read the readme.txt file for more information on how the system works.

Change clothing items in over 40 categories with over 10000 total variations!
Save your current outfit
Quickly equip saved outfits
Reset all your components
New! Change Ped Skin (see readme)
New! Enable Multiplayer Assets (try changing your model to mp_male or mp_female using our trainer to access them in all your glory)

Press F2 to open/close the Outfit Changer menu:

Up/Down to navigate the menu vertically.
Left/Right to change item options.
Enter to select.
Backspace to go back.

All you need to do is drag the files into your game root folder – the one where RDR 2 is installed.

The Outfit Changer is loaded from the same folder and shares many of the same files as Lenny’s Simple Trainer but works without it.
When the game launches, you should hear a few beeping sounds, indicating that the mod is loaded.
RDR Online is not supported for modding. Don’t attempt to play Online with this mod. Remove all files from your game folder before playing Online.

Open the outfitchanger.ini file (found in your game folder) in a text editor to configure the Outfit Changer where you can:

Change the names of categories.
Name your favourite clothing items to make finding them again easier.
Manually edit/manage your saved outfits (although you can do this in the menu).

We are working on a Wiki page to document all of the clothing items.
To load any changes to the outfitchanger.ini file, use the “Reload Settings” feature in the menu.

What’s New in Version 0.2
Added all multiplayer components (you can now choose from over 40 categories with well over 10000 total variations)
Added lots of names by relying on internal game data
Added ability to change ped skin (please check readme for more information)

Credits: LMS
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5 Responses

  1. Kingleon92 says:

    Hey I love your mod, but I use the MP male model, every time a cinematic plays my hair and facial hair change back to arthurs is there anyway to change that so it stays in the cinematics

  2. KellerkindDE says:

    Sadly it’s super buggy. Outfits or Clothings are not good rendered. They have a false form on the char as Arthur or John.

    And they always skip back.

  3. Oke518 says:

    can this be used to fix the custom outfit bug?

  4. William Bryant says:

    When I save an outfit, it doesn’t actually go to the saved outfits category. Am I doing something wrong?

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