The Witcher 3’s Women Assemble in Dynamic Cosplay Photoshoot
The powerful Triss, Yennefer and Ciri from The Witcher 3 look incredible in this cosplay photoshoot.
It’s been a very exciting time for Witcher fans lately, hasn’t it? While we waited with bated breath for the release of the upcoming second season of the Netflix series, we have recently been treated to some posters of Ciri, Yennefer and Geralt and they look pretty amazing!
As for the game, you don’t need me to tell you how amazing it is. Sewn together with some of the most unique and unforgettable moments and stories, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a feast for players who love lots of adventure and depth to their gaming narratives.
Of course, The Witcher 3 wouldn’t be what is it without the powerhouse that is Triss, Yennefer and Ciri. Not only do these formidable women offer the game even more substance with their very own stories and influences, but the threesome also has some of the best attire in any video game so it’s of little wonder why so many cosplayers, and photographers, love them so much.
Photographer Kristina from Moscow, otherwise known as borodkina_cos_photo over on Instagram, has captured the beauty and magic of The Witcher 3‘s women in a stunning cosplay shoot. As you can see, Kristina has caught the passionate and sarcastic Yennefer very well who is cosplayed by mira_ladovira. The brave and determined Ciri with her luscious silver locks is cosplayed by the talented cruel_hime. Last but never least, Triss, the skilled healer with that wonderful firey red hair is played by mira_ladovira again.
It’s a fantastic celebration of these powerful women and Kristina has done an incredible job at capturing the cosplayers hard work and dedication to their craft.
If you’d like to see more images of Kristina’s photography where they take on the likes of Commander Shepard and Jackie from Mass Effect, Wonder Woman, Resident Evil Village and many more, head on over to their Instagram page.
Netflix’s The Witcher Season 2 arrives on December 17 but in the meanwhile, check out our own review of The Witcher Season One here.