Assassin's Creed Syndicate Comes To Life In Amazing Cosplay

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We’re still a few months away from the release of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, but that hasn’t stopped Rick Boer (and friends) from putting together a very impressive set of outfits based on the game.

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Rick is dressed as Jacob Frye, star of Syndicate, while the Victorian-era costumes in the background were provided by Victorian Dreams.

To get the period feel just right, Rick—who is Dutch, and couldn’t exactly pop down to London—-had the pics taken at the Dutch Railway Museum in Utrecht.

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All photos are by Anne-Fleur Boortman.

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DISCUSSION

Arai-the fly on the wall

They really should move away from using hood in their design. It really only ever works for Altair. For everyone else, they’re now longer blending in with a hood, they are sticking out like a sore thumb in the crowd.

Why can’t they just design the character like Achilles Davenport of AC3? His cowboy hat has a trademark eagle beak shape and it blend with the era pretty well.