There’s a longstanding tradition here at Siliconera. Whenever a new Animal Crossing game that lets you share outfits is released, we go ahead and create some collections for people to enjoy. This time around our first Animal Crossing: New Horizons outfits assortment laments something we clearly wish existed, a Persona 5 Switch port. All of the designs provide people with the outfits some of the major (human) characters wear in their day-to-day life.
Also, as a note, if there’s enough demand from Persona 5-loving Switch owners, there will could be a second Animal Crossing: New Horizons outfits run with their Phantom Thief attire included.
We’ll start things out with the boring outfit. Joker is cool and all, but he’s basically wearing the default uniform most of the time. Getting the detail on the crest is near impossible, so here’s our approximation.
Ryuji Sakamoto’s outfit gets a little more fun, since you can see the ZOMG text on the shirt peeking through. (For this Persona 5 Animal Crossing: New Horizons outfit, I actually did spell out the whole ZOMG to try and get it centered properly.)
For Lady Ann, I almost went with the dress. But the jacket and dress combo is just too good! So, here’s it interpreted as a sweatshirt instead.
Next is Yusuke Kitagawa who, well, also has a boring day outfit. Once again, capturing intricate patterns, like a fleur-de-lis, is super difficult in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons editor.
Time for the best girl: Makoto Niijima. I still don’t think I got the flare right on the bottom of this design. Curse you, pleats!
Futaba Sakura was a bit of a challenge, since her standard outfit has a code with a lot of fluff to it. So, I decided to go a little more obscure. This is the shirt she wears on the cover of the Shigenori Soejima Art Works Volume 2 cover.
For Haru Okumura, I almost went with a full dress, like Makoto’s. However, there are so many cute skirt and pant options in Animal Crossing: New Horizons that I decided to only make the shirt.
Feeling like a Detective Prince? There’s an Animal Crossing: New Horizons outfit code for that! Here’s our take on Goro Akechi’s coat.
As a bit of a bonus, here are some unrelated Animal Crossing: New Horizons outfits’ codes that are still video game related. If you’re a fan of Waddle Doo or Vaporeon, we have some looks for you.
In case you need even more Animal Crossing: New Horizons outfit codes, we have some blasts from the past for you. Since Animal Crossing: New Leaf QR codes if you use the Nintendo Switch Online app, you can take advantage of our old Final Fantasy and Persona designs too.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available for the Nintendo Switch. While there’s no Persona 5 Switch, Persona 5 Scramble is available on the Switch and PlayStation 4 in Japan.