This Apex Legends Wraith Cosplay Will Warp Your Reality
Apex Legends has continued to endure as a beloved battle-royale online game, even now that it has been one year since the game’s initial launch. One way that the game has managed to connect with its audience has been its diverse range of characters. Gamers have many ways of creatively celebrating their favorite characters, but one tried and true method to bring these characters to life is cosplay. Fans have represented characters from Overwatch’s Ashe to Borderlands 3’s Zane through cosplay. Now, one talented cosplayer has unveiled their Apex Legends Wraith cosplay that only gets more impressive with some gorgeous after-effects.
Korean Cosplayer spiralcats_tasha on Instagram has released images of their amazing Apex Legends Wraith cosplay. Tasha was able to accurately recruit the exploration suit of Wraith, real name of Renee Blasey’s, down to the padded pieces of armor and beads. Tasha even committed to wearing contacts that make the eyes look fully white, as if Wraith is about to teleport.
The prop weapons also appear to be quite screen-accurate and comically proportional to human size, like they were pulled right out of the game. To further enhance the aesthetics of the cosplay, Tasha had the photos of her cosplay edited with effects, such as Wraith’s portals, which look like she just traveled through space. This is such an impressive cosplay, and hopefully spiralcats_tasha continues her incredible work and avoids falling into a void that leads to nebulous dark realms unknown.
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A royally radical and totally tubular 90s kid, Cory has a passion for all things nerdy, particularly gaming and nostalgia. While an accountant by day, he strives to be as creative and humorous as possible in his free time, be it here writing on Don't Feed the Gamers, or making dumb satirical posts on his Twitter, Youtube, Facebook and Instagram accounts.