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Embodying the Divine: God of War Enthusiast Wows with an Impeccable Freya Cosplay Ahead of Ragnarök

An internationally acclaimed cosplayer demonstrates her intricate rendering of Freya the goddess in the role she plays in God of War Ragnarok

God of War fan put together an incredible cosplay of Freya to celebrate the release of God of War Ragnarok.

@MissSkunk is a long-time cosplayer who shared photos of her stunning recreation of Freya from God of War. The picture shows her standing in the forest, sporting a long-sleeved, leather tunic and a loincloth. She is accompanied by a belt that has a brass-centered central part. Her tunic is adorned with a collection of metal discs, such as hide as well as rope. Two feathers can be seen hanging from her head, along with braids and a silver ringlet. Her hands are painted with Old Norse tattoos and her legs and arms have wraps of leather and cloth.

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The cosplayer, who is known as Frau Adler on Twitter and can be found on Facebook as MsSkunk, has been cosplaying since 2004. Her recent endeavors include Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn, Rogue from Cyberpunk 2077, and Sadie Adler from Red Dead Redemption 2.

God of War‘s Freya was an inspiration from the Norse mythology of Frigg and Freyja. The universe of the game has a powerful deity that initially aids Kratos as his son Atreus suffers from an unidentified illness. Despite showing compassion to the two but she ends up hating them when the Ghost of Sparta murders her son Baldur. Ragnaroksees Freya returning to the franchise albeit this time, as an antagonist who seeks revenge on Kratos, going to severe extents to enforce her justice.

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God Of War Ragnarok was developed in 2018. It tells the story of Kratos and Atreus and Atreus as they confront the coming apocalypse in the Nordic world of Midgard. Ragnarok is the ninth game of the God of War series, the second game in the franchise centered around Norse mythology, and the first game inspired by Greek mythology. The sequel includes many deities that go beyond Freya and includes Thor, Tyr, Angrboda, and the All-Father himself, the powerful Odin.

God of War Ragnarok was released on Nov. 9 to acclaim from critics and is available on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

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