Some Big-Ass Call Of Duty Cosplay

Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns
Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns

Since its cast is mostly made up of [GENERIC ARMY DUDES], it’s tough cosplaying as someone from Call of Duty and having it look like, well, Call of Duty cosplay, and not just some guy playing military dress-ups. Unless you’re smart like Tyler Cairns, and opt for the Juggernaut.

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Tyler put this together for a laser tag business in Ohio. Photos by Matt Cairns.

 Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns
Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns
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 Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns
Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns
 Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns
Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns
 Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns
Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns
 Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns
Cosplay by Tyler Cairns | Photo by Matt Cairns

Luke Plunkett is a Senior Editor based in Canberra, Australia. He has written a book on cosplay, designed a game about airplanes, and also runs cosplay.kotaku.com.

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Tyler put this together for a laser tag business in Ohio.

That seems way too overpowered for a game where you literally bounce light to hit someone.

There’s not going to be laser fights as much as the fight of who gets to wear the damn armor.