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This Apex Legends Wraith cosplay might be the best yet

Published: 5/Apr/2019 13:18 Updated: 5/Apr/2019 13:54

by David Purcell


Apex Legends fans have created some incredible outfits inspired by their favorite characters since the game released, but this Wraith-inspired cosplay might be the best yet. 

The playable legends in Respawn Entertainment’s popular battle royale title seem to have quickly developed their own cult followings in the cosplay community, in a similar fashion to that of the heroes in both Overwatch and League of Legends.

Spiralcats Tasha attempted to recreate the exact look of Apex’s whirlwind fighter Wraith and after posting it on social media, it has been met with open arms by members of the game’s online community. 

Lou3h / RedditHere’s a look at the incredible Apex Legends cosplay from Spiralcats Tasha, inspired by Wraith.

Showing off the Wraith cosplay

The cosplayer, who has pulled off several impressive outfits inspired by League of Legends and PUBG in the past, posted an image of herself wearing the Wraith costume to Instagram on April 5. 

The post has since received over 3,000 likes on the platform and has surged in popularity on the Apex Legends subreddit, with one fan claiming it was “the most accurate wraith cosplay” they have seen so far. 

Wraith Cosplay by Spiralcats Tasha from r/apexlegends

A better look at this Apex Legends cosplay

One fan was a little more skeptical about the quality of the design. “Hard to tell what’s actual costume given how much Photoshop is visible,” the user posted. 

However, the comment didn’t go unnoticed as Spiralcats Tasha responded by posting a plain image of the cosplay design – allowing people to see a clearer view of the outfit. “I’ll be damned, that is quite impressive!” the same user replied. 

Lou3h / RedditHere’s what Spiralcats Tasha’s Wraith costume looks like without editing.

This isn’t the only impressive Wraith cosplay to be created since the game’s shock release back in February, though, as Lisa ‘lisamancinerh’ Mancini also brought Wraith to life with incredible detail on March 13. 

Whether or not Spiralcats Tasha’s is the best Apex Legends cosplay created so far isn’t really for us to say. We’ll let you decide!

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Apex Legends Halloween Fight or Fright event: Shadow Royale, Skins, more

Published: 20/Oct/2020 16:15 Updated: 20/Oct/2020 18:01

by Calum Patterson


It’s that time of year again, when Halloween comes to gaming, and Respawn are bringing their spooky theme back to Apex Legends. The Fight or Fright event comes with a collection of scary skins, and a new twist on the last year’s Shadowfall LTM, now called Shadow Royale.

Just like Warzone’s “Haunting of Verdansk” event, the map will be getting another makeover, and players will get a chance to play as new and improved ‘Shadows’ in the Shadow Royale mode.

Last year’s Shadowfall LTM went down a treat: not only did we get to see (and hear) Revenant for the first time, it was a brilliant twist of the standard battle royale gameplay.

Also, to make sure you look the part, lots of Halloween-themed skins are coming to the store. Many of them are similar to last year’s though with fresh colors, but there’s also brand new ones for the new Legends that have been added since last October.

Fight or Fright Event trailer

Shadow Royale LTM

In the Shadow Royale mode, players will play as both normal Legends, as well as drop-in as Shadows once eliminated. Shadows are now more deadly than before in some ways, as they can now wallrun and double jump (Titanfall players rejoice).

Plus, rather than just playing in Solos, there’s Shadow Squads, where teammates remain as Shadows as long as one Legend remains alive.

Then there’s Final Death, when the final Legend dies, all shadows die too. We also see Shadow Prowlers, what role they will play remains to be seen, but they’re attacking the remaining Legends in the trailer.

Wallrunning in Apex Legends
Respawn Entertainment
Wallrunning, just like Titanfall, is finally in Apex Legends – but only if you’re a Shadow.

Apex Legends Halloween skins

These skins are being dubbed ‘resurrected’, pretty much meaning they are recolors of previous skins from last year’s Fight or Fright event.

Eight bundles will be included in total, on a two week rotation. The first set for October 22 – 27:

Apex Legends halloween bundle

And then the next bundle rotation from October 27 – November 3.

Fight or Fright bundles

Additionally, individual Halloween-themed skins will be available to purchase throughout the event.

Fight or Fright skins store

There’s also a Haunting prize track, which will run for the full two weeks as well. Complete Revenant’s challenges and you’ll unlock these exclusive rewards.

Fight or Fright event prize track

The Fight or Fright event runs from Thursday, October 22, to November 3, just in time for the expected launch of Season 7 on November 10.