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Manual Outfitter#

2Take1Menu allows you to customize your outfit piece by piece. Instead of going to a wardrobe or a shop and scrolling through all the categories, you can edit the values of your clothing elements to get a granulated dressing experience.

While the native clothing system of GTA restricts certain clothing elements from being used together, 2Take1 doesn't have these restrictions. You are free to make any combination of components, regardless of how bizarre it turns out to be.

GTA Clothing Overview#

Here is a brief explanation of how clothing works in GTA:

  • Your outfit is made of many components (torso, legs, feet, etc).
  • Each component has many numeric values. For example, each value represents a different shirt.
  • Most of these components also have different variations, known as textures. For example, each texture represents a different color for a bike helmet.

Using the Outfitter#

From the outfitter, you can increase or decrease the value of a certain component or texture, and the changes will apply automatically on your character.

Each component, value and texture works in a different way, and many of them tend to have strange behavior, such as rendering your body transparent or having weird-looking colors (or even changing nothing at all, meaning that the value is empty). Feel free to play around, until you find the right values for the right elements.

Once you are done, save your outfit for later usage with our Outfit Manager. It has many perks over the built-in outfits feature of GTA, while also lets you share your crafted outfit with other 2Take1 users.

Decals are not supported yet

The Outfitter is currently unable to change decals (such as a Crew emblem or the NOOSE logo).

Head Blend#

As of version 2.30.0, you are now able to customize the facial features of your character, just like in the Character Customization screen. These features will also be saved to the outfit manager.

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