Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Fan Creates a Stunning Eivor Cosplay
Veteran cosplayer Taryn is back again and this time he channels his inner Viking from Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla released a little over a month ago and players are still making their way around the rolling hills and deep valleys of 865 AD England. The title has seen updates that deals with screen tearing, XP boost buying, and more recently, the game got into the festive spirit by implementing a Yule Festival. To keep on with the vast Assassin’s Creed Valhalla content, seasoned cosplayer Taryn whips up an incredible Eivor cosplay for us and he certainly knows how to put on a show.
If his name rings a bell with you, it’s probably because of his outstanding contribution to the cosplay community. We’ve seen Taryn grace our screens as Johnny Silverhand from Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3’s Geralt, and Alexios from Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. This time, however, Taryn channels his inner Viking to bring us the male version of Eivor from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Showcasing the ‘Raven Clam Armor’, Taryn does an impeccable job at recreating every little piece of the outfit from the game itself. I especially love the colors used and how well made the ax appears to be, too. Deciding to choose the black around the eyes makeup and a facial scar, Taryn embodies the stance of a true Viking, even right down to the way he stands as if always ready for a battle.
Check out a fuller array of images below that have been skillfully captured by photographer Daniele Cosenza and Focal Fox. If this is your first time into the world of Taryn’s cosplaying adventures, make sure you head over to his Twitter and Instagram where you can take a look at his other cosplays that include The Prince of Persia, Zagreus from Hades, Sett the Boss from League of Legends, Geralt from The Witcher 3 and many many more. Of course, if you would like to see Taryn live, you can visit his Twitch page where he does unboxing, plays games, and shows off some more of his current cosplays.
If you have a spare $749 laying around and fancy grabbing yourself an Assassin’s Creed Valhalla ¼ scale Eivor statue, check out this article that tells you how to go about it. When Valhalla finally released, the game saw twice as many players as what Odyssey received at launch. Ubisoft stated that it saw “exceptional player activity” and expects the “trend to continue” as sales increase for next-gen systems. The game is currently available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC as well. Make sure to check out DualShockers’ official review of the game right here.