Kena: In Bridge of Spirits, you can dress the main figure in a lot of different stylish outerwear. Here are our picks.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits came out of nowhere and was a big surprise. A simple game that focuses on platforming, exploring, and fighting. It has a beautiful story and a character who is committed to helping the dead move on. The game is hard, but it gives you a lot of challenge.
The game has a good number of outfits, some of which can be unlocked through optional tasks. Some of the outfits also come in different colors. You can only get some of them with the Deluxe version, but most of them can be unlocked by playing the game.
Villager And Lookout
These clothes aren’t bad, but there’s nothing about them that makes them stand out. They are simple clothes that, to be fair, match their names. The Villager wears brown, and Lookout wears green.
You can get the Villager by finishing the Lost In The Woods trial, and you can get the Lookout by doing all of the bonus goals. You can’t do the trial until you beat the first part of the game. Still, this is pretty early in the game, so it’s not too hard unless you’re playing on the hardest setting.
Woodsmith And Forgehand
Here is the fight smith. A costume that looks like a blacksmith’s, but is made of wood, is maybe out of character, but who cares? The outfit is based on the Woodsmith Adira, who is one of the lost people you have to save during the game.
After you save her, you can do the Fires of the Forge trial, which lets you get these outfits in battle. The Woodsmith outfit is unlocked when you finish the trial, and the Forgehand outfit is unlocked when you finish the trial and the bonus goals. This means that the white outfit will ask you to do more.
Even though you start the game with that outfit, that doesn’t mean it’s bad. In fact, Kena’s basic look is pretty good on its own, especially when you think about how beautiful the game is. It’s a light outfit that fits a traveler, but it also fits the character, so it’s not just a good match based on looks.
And since it’s the game’s basic outfit, you don’t have to do anything to get it. That seems pretty doable, doesn’t it?
Archer And Ranger
The good news is that you can get these beautiful clothes pretty early in the game, so if you liked them, you can play most of the game with them on. The Archer outfit, in particular, looks like Rusu, a nice NPC who shows you how to use your staff as a spiritual bow.
You can get them by finishing The Ruins trial, which requires the bonus goals for the Ranger and is available earlier than the Villager and Lookout trials. So you can show off your cool-looking robe as you travel around the map.
Bombmaker And Traveler
The bomb is one of the more complicated parts of the game. It’s easy to use, but hard to learn. And since it’s so important to the game and so helpful in battle, it’s only fair that it gets its own outfit.
Both the dark blue and yellow versions are amazing, but since your psychic bombs are also blue, the blue one is probably a better match. You can get them by finishing the Energy Of The Mountain trial. You’ll get Bombmaker if you only finish the trial, and Traveler if you also finish the bonus goals.
This outfit is interesting because it looks more like a warrior outfit than the others do. This is because Kena is more of a spiritual guide who sometimes fights monsters than a real fighter. But this outfit is different because it looks like it was made for a samurai.
But there is no way to get this skin through any of the trials. Instead, those who bought the Deluxe version of the game can use it. This version also comes with a different staff, which is the only other staff skin in the game. This makes this skin even more appealing.
Mask Maker And Snowy Owl
There are more clothes that come with a robe. The Mask Maker outfit is very dark, while the Snowy Owl outfit is very light. Both of these are good options for you to wear.
If you’re interested, you have to finish the Between Realms trial, which you can only do when you reach a certain point in the story. If you beat it, you get a Mask Maker, and if you do all the bonus goals, you get a Snowy Owl. Still, the style here shows that the wait and work were well worth it.
Leader And Gatekeeper
The best-looking skins were put in the final trials because the people who made Funny Shooter 2 game knew what they were doing. You’ll have to go a long way to get these clothes, but their dark look makes them two of the most interesting. Leader still has its good points, but Gatekeeper gets extra credit for being the only one who can change the color of their eyes and hair.
If you want Kena to look dark and evil, you’ll have to finish the Rites Of Passage trial, which means beating the main mission just to get to it. You get the Leader title if you do it, and the Gatekeeper title if you also finish the bonus goals.