This Cloud Cosplay Looks Like A Final Fantasy VII Remake Screenshot
With numerous gamers across the world sheltered in their homes, the release of the new Final Fantasy VII Remake has been a welcome and much needed pastime for many. The game has reinvigorated these fans of their passion for the classic RPG characters, from Aerith to Wedge. Cosplay has been a traditional way for gamers to celebrate such characters, even going to the lengths of looking like screenshots from the game. Well, one talented cosplayer has done just that with their Cloud cosplay, which pays tribute to the character’s look in the new Final Fantasy VII remake.
Cloud Strife – FFVII Remake ☄️
— Gehe (@geheichou) November 8, 2019
As reported at Prima Games, cosplayer Gehe has shared photos of their Cloud cosplay on their official Twitter account. Their cosplay, modeled after the new look for Cloud Strife in the Final Fantasy VII remake, is incredibly well detailed, and their physical features and hair have even been adjusted quite closely to Cloud’s image. The wig looks like it perfectly matches the iconic look of Cloud’s spiky hair.
— Gehe (@geheichou) December 10, 2019
Gehe even went the full length of adding additional effects to the photos, which seem to match the Materia skills represented by each color from the game. These photos are quite impressive, and give the sense that Gehe is the real-world embodiment of Cloud Strife. Hopefully their cosplay work in the future sees no limit break any time soon.
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