HoloCure is a fun and relaxing new game that features pixel-art gameplay. It may remind you of Dave the Diver because both games have pixel-art-type graphics. This isn’t a bad thing in any way. PixelArt can be resource-efficient and run on a wide range of lower-end hardware. Anyway, that’s not the main topic here. In this guide, we have shared details on how to acquire outfits and costumes in HoloCure. So, if you are looking for information on the same, consider reading this guide.
Just like any Gacha game, HoloCure also has numerous Gacha bundles that can be bought one by one or collectively. Players will gain access to a good range of free and playable characters just by completing the story mode. Well, who doesn’t want to use a cute costume for their main hero? We certainly do, and that’s why this guide will help you learn about everything there is to it.
HoloCure: How To Get Outfits/Costumes
The Gacha system in HoloCure not only grants you access to costumes but also characters and weapons. All costumes have visual effects that don’t make your character powerful; instead, they make them cooler than ever. For stats like buffs, you can use items like the Idol Costume, which reduces your special skill cooldown by 20%, which is huge. The gacha system is known as gacha banners in HoloCure. Here are all of their names:
- Hololive EN -Myth-
- Hololive EN -Council- & Project: HOPE
- Hololive ID Holoro
- Hololive ID HoloH3ro
- Hololive JP Gamers
- Hololive JP Gen 0
- Hololive JP Gen 1
- Hololive JP Gen 2
- Hololive ID Area 15
Price of Gacha Banners
These banners can be bought for 1000 holocoins each. HoloCoins are a currency in this game that can be obtained simply by defeating enemies. Bosses can drop huge amounts of them, while normal minions will drop small amounts, like a single coin. Also, you can buy 10 of these banners at a time. We will recommend buying in bundles instead of one by one.
What do gacha banners contain?
All of these Gachga Banners have around 3 to 6 items or characters that can be obtained. You may think that if we have been discussing costumes, then why did we mention characters? There is a reason for that. And it’s all connected. The more you roll your gacha, the more characters you will get. Since they have a low drop chance, it’ll take a while to get everything. But there is a chance that some characters may drop again in a roll. So what happens with duplicate characters? Well, they turn into something, and that’s Gambler’s Tear.
Ah, yes, Gambler’s Tear. This is a mechanism that was introduced in Version 0.4. This essentially grants you one tear every time a duplicate character drops out of a gacha banner. With 15 gambler’s tears, you can exchange them for costumes. So, after you have enough, head to the Character Selection menu and select a new costume for a character. However, this option to change costumes will only be available for characters that have alternate costumes unlocked.
That said, now you know everything related to how to get outfits/costumes in HoloCure. If you find this guide informative, make sure to visit Android Gram for more such content.