Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Kassandra Comes To Life In This Cosplay Video (VIDEO)
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has been out for only a couple weeks, but the franchise’s fans have already taken a vocal shining to the new entry and the characters it introduces to the series. One of the biggest aspects of Odyssey that players have praised are its two sibling player characters, Alexios and Kassandra. Much of the praise has been directed toward the female Kassandra, given her position as a strong, complex female character, which has prompted Ubisoft to promise more female gender player character choices in the future. Now, one passionate fan has unveiled their new Kassandra cosplay, and it is rather stunning.
Cosplayer MsSkunk has uploaded photos and a video of her new Kassandra cosplay to her official Instagram cosplay page. Her cosplay includes both fabric and Spartan-style armor pieces to fully replicate Kassandra’s main look from the game. One shot even includes her helmet and close combat sword.
As if the cosplay by itself was not impressive enough, MsSkunk upped the ante by including help from a winged friend. She recruited a real life eagle named Artemis to pose as Ikaros, the golden eagle companion from Odyssey. The bird’s impressive full wingspan was captured at just the right moment to bring the in-game assistant to life.
This Kassandra cosplay is rather impressive, and shows just how much passion fans will have when you include characters that they identify with in games. Also, it’s great to know that birds can cosplay too, because the cosplay community really needs more birds to put their talons to work. What do you guys think about this Kassandra cosplay? Let us know in the comments below!
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