The Last of Us Part II’s Ellie Cosplay Looks Insanely Good
As we approach the final months before The Last of Us Part 2's release, cosplayer Anna Kopel channels her inner Ellie with amazing results.
We see many talented cosplayers grace the screens here at DualShockers from The Witcher 3‘s Ciri to Final Fantasy VII Remake’s Tifa Lockhart. But being a big fan of TLOU, I always love to see cosplayers morphing into a character from the beloved series. You may think that Ellie wouldn’t be the hardest character to become given that she has the attire of a homeless person but polish cosplayer Anna Kopel captures Ellie’s essence beautifully in her latest quest.
Anocosplay, as she is known on Instagram, showcases her love for all things The Last of Us Part 2 as she takes on the complex persona of Ellie. As many cosplayers know, sometimes it isn’t just the clothes that make it great especially when posing for the camera. As seen in the still below, Anna recreates the workbench scene from The Last of Us Part 2‘s gameplay trailer in which Ellie uses to maintain and upgrade her weapons. The photograph is dripping in atmospheric details and it actually looks like it’s been pulled straight from the game itself.
In another picture, which you can view below, we see Anna’s hand holding a bloodstained knife with Dina’s bracelet dangling from her wrist and Ellie’s now iconic fern tattoo running down her forearm. As the anticipation grows for Naughty Dog’s PS4 exclusive (87 days, in fact) so has TLOU community and it’s especially amazing to see how many cosplayers there are that are willing to show off their outstanding work in the run-up to its release. Naughty Dog director Neil Druckmann said in a recent tweet that he is looking to “make fans proud.” and I’ve no doubt at all that fans will fall in love all over again.
You can follow Anna over on her Twitter account and also Instagram to keep up to date with all her cosplaying antics. The Last of Us: Part 2 is expected to launch on May 29, 2020, exclusively on PS4. In the meantime, feel free to pre-order the game on Amazon to support the site and get the pre-order bonus.
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