Mass Effect’s Commander Shepard Comes to Life In This Cosplay
Mass Effect is experiencing a dry spell of titles as of late, with 2016’s ‘Andromeda‘ being the last we’ve seen from the mainline game series. Even longer we’ve been apart from former player character Commander Shepard, having last seen the hero meet their ultimate conclusion in the final battle of Mass Effect 3.
However, it now appears the galaxy-spanning patron of alien booty has resurfaced in the form of some seriously spot-on cosplay. The creative crafter over at Cecilosaurus Cosplay has unveiled a lovely Female Shepard cosplay, sporting a solid recreation of the soldier’s iconic N7 armor. Seen below, we also take sight of a stealthy M-92 Mantis, the rifle also looking as though it’s stepped straight out of the games.
If that wasn’t enough, this epic FemShep was recently joined by fellow cosplayer Syn showing off an equally on-point portrayal as drell assassin Thane Krios. Seeing the two side-by-side is sure to delight fans of the original Mass Effect trilogy as well as send shivers down the spine of any potential Reapers out there.
Cecilosaurus Cosplay seems to have spent a lot of time fine-tuning to get everything from the armor texturing to Shepard’s red hair just right. As a result, the fully assembled get-up is pretty spectacular to see, not only as a Mass Effect cosplay, but as a cosplay in general.
What do you think? Are you awed by this quality Commander Shepard cosplay? Which other Mass Effect characters should be paired with her next? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more epic cosplays featured on DFTG, check out these next few news stories:
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