Cosplay of Chun-Li from Street Fighter 2 is just amazing!

In the past few weeks, it has almost felt like the cosplay scene is mostly focused on the world of The Witcher. But the newest costume of the Reddit user “Tyolina” shows in an impressive way that other game brands also have interesting templates to offer. This includes the Beat ’em Up Street Fighter 2.

This fighter is in focus

The cosplayer is apparently a big fan of Chun-Li from the Street Fighter Universe. This love goes so far that she has made not just one, but two costumes of the Chinese whirlwind. The first outfit should be well known to most fans of the fighting game series, as it is the fight outit by Chun-Li.

During the production, she thought of many details such as the decorations and the distinctive headdress. In addition, the cosplayer is in a suitable pose.

The second costume is a little less elaborate and certainly less prominent. It is about Chun-Li’s leisure outfit, which can only be seen briefly during the closing credits of Street Fighter 2. Although the pants don’t quite match the original, the picture is still worth seeing.

Incidentally, this is also how a large part of the Reddit community sees it a lot of praise for the cosplay of “Tyolina” and encourages them to make more costumes. We may see new pictures of her soon.

More great cosplays from the gaming world

In addition to Street Fighter 2, many other game brands are particularly popular with the coplay community. There have been a lot of pretty costumes in the past few weeks from the world of The Witcher 3 to see. These include Triss Merigold, Ciri and Yennefer yon Vengerberg. There were also impressive cosplays of Samus Aran from Metroid and Ellie from The Last of Us 2.

Those: Reddit.com

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