Prince of Persia: jannetincosplay’s Farah cosplay is just perfect

Prince of Persia: jannetincosplay’s Farah cosplay is just perfect

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Prince of Persia: jannetincosplay’s Farah cosplay is just perfect

Looking forward to reliving the adventures of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time on console and PC thanks to the remake in progress at the studios of Ubisoft, the Russian model jannettincosplay he decided to try his hand at a Farah cosplay, which is just perfect.

Princess Farah is the daughter of the Maharajah and the keeper of the Medallion of Time. He allies himself with the Prince to avoid the catastrophe that is befalling the world with the liberation of the Sands of Time. Initially wary of each other, as the game progresses the two create a strong understanding and even a sentimental bond. Farah will also return in Prince of Persia: the Two Thrones where she will lend a hand to the Prince to stop the plans of the Grand Vizier Zervan.

Farah’s interpretation of janettincosplay is extremely accurate in every detail, from the clothes to the princely hair and accessories, from the “virtual” set created by natan_ps to photography.

Staying on the videoluic theme, we recommend the cosplay of Tifa from Final Fantasy 7 Remake by kseniya_kanda who offers us a drink and the cosplay of 2B from Nier Automata signed grusha_cos which is full of charm.

Changing gender instead we recommend the Sinon cosplay from Sword Art Online made by kri_cos in the goddess Solus version and the Jolyne Kujo cosplay from Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure – Stone Ocean signed alco.loli.

What do you think? Did you like the Farah cosplay from Prince of Persia: the Sands of Time by jannetincosplay? Let us know in the comments.

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