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Check Out This On-Point Cosplay of Overwatch‘s Tracer

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There was some controversy surrounding the Overwatch character Tracer, or rather, her sexualized original victory pose before Blizzard released an alternate, more fun and pin-uppy version. Regardless of your opinion of the poses, there’s no question that this cosplayer is killing it with her kick-ass Tracer cosplay.

She is Korean cosplay star, Tasha, her work is generally impressive, and she’s considered one of the world’s best cosplayers. One peek at the images of her Tracer cosplay in this gallery will show you why! It’s perfect. Many of the fans commenting on the photos thought that they were looking at reference art from the actual game at first, before realizing that these were the photos of Tasha!

And she totally acknowledges the victory pose flak by posing in the new pose! In addition to the beautiful photos of her in costume, there are also a couple of “behind-the-scenes” photos, too, where you can see how she set up some of the more gravity-defying shots. For additional photos of her really detailed gear, you can check out the full photo spread over at Kotaku, or you can check out her Facebook page, where you can also see the rest of her amazing costumes!

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