See Different Anya Costumes From the Upcoming Spy x Family Game
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See Different Anya Costumes From the Upcoming Spy x Family Game 

There’s a new Spy x Family game video clip, and it shows some of the costumes Anya can wear in Spy x Anya: Operation Memories. People can mix and match different elements to customize her look each day.

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Once someone goes into the Outfit section in the Spy x Anya: Operation Memories menu, they will find items divided into the Outfits, Accessory, Hairstyle, and Hat sections. Someone can then mix and match to tailer her outfit. In many cases, it seems like the possible outfits are color swaps of certain designs. For example, in the portion looking at the dress Anya can wear under Outfits, there’s the Eden College Uniform, blue, green, and pink versions of the Training Outfit, a Gym Uniform, and blue, peach, and white versions of her Cardigan & Dress.

Here’s the full Spy x Anya: Operation Memories video showing the Outfit section options. 

As a reminder, there will be other customization options for Spy x Family character costumes for Anya, Yor, and Loid in the game. DLC packs appeared that offered new clothing for the family. These already released in Japan, so we know how they’ll look.

Spy x Anya: Operation Memories is available on the Nintendo Switch in Japan, and the PS4 and PS5 versions launch there on June 27, 2024. It will appear worldwide on the Switch, PS5, and PS4 on June 28, 2024. A PC version is also planned and headed to Steam

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