This cosplay of the Valkyrie skin might be the best take we’ve seen on a Fortnite outfit so far.
The Valkyrae skin was released back in 2018 but remains one of the most detailed character designs we’ve seen in Fortnite to date.
Having been introduced in Fortnite Season 5, this Legendary outfit is very hard to come by today and you won’t see too many players rocking it anymore.
The outfit itself ran players a whopping 2,000 V-Bucks, but it can become much pricier thanks to the pickaxe, glider, and back bling that are all included in the set.
Its intricate design is why Valkyrie remains a very popular skin to cosplay, thanks to the elaborate amount of detail Epic put into it.
Cosplayer Germia unveiled her own take on the model, quickly blowing fans away with what could very possibly be the best Fortnite cosplay we’ve seen so far.
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My newest cosplay of ❄ Valkyrie from Fortnite ❄ is finished and I am proud to present you the first picture by supertalented and fast @milos.mlady ?? I'm so happy about the costume and I hope you'll like it! #fortnite #fortnitecosplay #valkyrie #femalearmor #femalewarrior #3dprint #craftfoam #fortnite #fortniteskin #nordic #valhalla #cosplayarmor #bestcosplay #germia #cosplayphotography #badasscosplay
While the design is from Fortnite, many fans will instantly make connections to the HBO series Game of Thrones as she looks like she could sit on a throne right next to the villainous Night King.
Germia revealed her finished cosplay on February 2, but fans who follow her on Instagram knew she has been working on the outfit for quite a while now, as she posted frequent updates leading up to this moment.
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❄Cosplay of Valkyrie is coming to a finish.❄ It needs a final paintjob and few attachements! Actually I was surprised how big of a project it was eventually – I started it as an interesting fun little costume and it turned out to be a project with an advanced wigwork (volume, cut, tinting), a lot of time-consuming 3D modelling, printing and post-processing, few surprising sewing challenges and A LOT of texture work with ice, of which the most still awaits me in the paiting process! Wish me luck to finish this in time for shooting with amazing @milos.mlady soon! ? #valkyrie #cosplay #cosplaywip #armor #cosplayarmor #nordic
The Norwegian cosplayer couldn’t have picked a better option from Fortnite as the Valkyrie skin is based on the warrior angels of the same name from Norse mythology.
Fortnite Season 5’s theme was Worlds Collide, meaning it was a perfect opportunity to introduce some mythology into the game.
One of the teasers leading up to the season included a frozen ax, which was the first indication for players that Epic Games were willing to add some new ideas to the game.
Now that she’s shown her Valkyrie cosplay to the world, we’re excited to see what Germia is able to come up with next. It’ll be hard to do, but perhaps she could even top this latest design with her next project.