A renowned cosplayer shows us her detailed depiction of Freya the goddess, in the role she plays in God of War Ragnarok
A God of War fan has created an amazing cosplay of Freya to commemorate the release of God of War Ragnarok.
Long-time cosplayer MissSkunk shared pictures of her impressive recreation of the character Freya in God of War’s latest installment. The image shows her standing in a wooded area with a long-sleeved leather dress and a loincloth. The outfit is completed by a wide belt with a brass-centered central part. An assortment of rope, hide, and interconnected metal discs are hung from her tunic, and her hair is braided and adorned by a silver ringlet, while two feathers can be visible sticking out of her head. The hands of her are covered with Old Norse tattoos, and her arms and legs of her have cloth and leather wraps.
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The cosplayer, known as Frau Adler on Twitter and can be found on Facebook as MsSkunk has been playing cosplayers since 2004. The most recent projects are Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn; Rogue from Cyberpunk 2077 and Sadie Adler in Red Dead Redemption II.
God of War‘s Freya is based on the Norse mythology of both Frigg and Freyja. The universe of the game is populated by a god who initially assists Kratos when his son Atreus is diagnosed with an unknown illness. Following the death of Baldur, the Ghost of Sparta kills her son Baldur, she shows empathy but eventually turns against the deity. Ragnarok Freya Returns to the series, however this time she is an antagonist who is seeking revenge against Kratos. She’ll go to any lengths to get her justice.
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God of War Ragnarok began development in 2018 and follows the adventures of Kratos and Atreus in their struggle against the apocalypse that is coming to the Nordic world of Midgard. Ragnarok is the ninth installment of the God of War franchise. It’s the third game in the God of War series that revolves around Norse mythology. The first game was based on Greek myths. The sequel has many gods that go beyond Freya as well including Thor, Tyr, Angrboda, and the All-Father himself Odin, the god of power. Odin.
God of War Ragnarok was released in November. 9 to critical acclaim and is now available on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.