Game Or No Game, Assassin's Creed Cosplay Is Eternal

We may not be getting a proper Assassin's Creed game this year, but that doesn't mean people are going to just give up on cosplaying the hugely popular series. Since its very first game, Assassin's Creed has been popular among cosplayers, and the addition of multiplayer and all its different characters in Brotherhood only added to the series' cosplay potential.

Lead image via Mudget Makes

Here are some of the great Aussie Assassin's Creed cosplayers who can tide you over until the next game (or at least the movie) is released.

Victorian cosplayers Lisa Bryant and Matthew Owen of Mudget Makes are evidently huge fans of the series, making matching costumes from Assassin's Creed III to shoot in Victoria's snowy Lake Mountain. Just finding somewhere to shoot snowy scenes in Australia is an achievement in itself, and the Mudget Makes team managed to use those surroundings to create some pretty spectacular photos.

The other half of Mudget Makes, Lisa, even joined in on the fun with one of Assassin's Creed III's multiplayer characters, the Sharpshooter. Maybe Assassin's Creed III wasn't the best AC game ever, but just like its poorly received cousin Unity, it still looks damn good in cosplay.

Images via Mudget Makes

Cosplayer Illumis Creations shows a predilection towards multiplayer characters as well, putting together the masked Puppeteer from Black Flag's multiplayer.

Images via Joka Photography

Illumis is no newcomer to AssCreed cosplay either, as she's also cosplayed badarse Chinese Assassin Shao Jun from the spin-off game Assassin's Creed: Chronicles. Let's be honest: not many people actually play Chronicles, but it makes for great cosplay.

Images via Byte Size Photography

Aus Cosplay is a regular feature that showcases the best local cosplay talent out of Australia and New Zealand.


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