Assassin’s Creed Origins Bayek Cosplay Is Worthy Of The Gods

A breathtaking Assassin’s Creed Origins cosplay brings Bayek of Siwa and his Servant of Amun outfit to life in truly epic detail. The open-world franchise’s 2017 entry took players to Ancient Egypt, with Bayek tracking and assassinating the Order of the Ancients to avenge his son’s death. The franchise’s multiple protagonists have made Assassin’s Creed cosplay quite common, but one fan has gone above and beyond to transform themselves into Egypt’s last Medjay.

Assassin’s Creed Origins marked the franchise’s transition into the realm of open-world RPGs, with combat and loot taking precedence over social stealth and parkour traversal. However, the game still managed to deliver an effective and emotional narrative through the eyes of Bayek. The powerful Medjay warrior opened the door for the franchise’s revamped combat system, which focuses on speed and defense rather than simple instant-kill counterattacks. The Assassin’s Creed Origins RPG system also means that Bayek can utilize a wide variety of different weapons and don unique armor found throughout Egypt. Assassin’s Creed Origins’ best outfits for Bayek turn the ancient Assassin into a terrifying warrior, and now a fan has donned one of these intimidating outfits.

Reddit user CyperianWorkshop recently unveiled a gorgeous Assassin’s Creed Origins cosplay which recreates Bayek’s Servant of Amun outfit. The armor, which pays tribute to the Egyptian god of the sun, can be found through the game’s Curse of The Pharoahs DLC. CyperianWorkshop brings the beautiful armor set to life in stunning detail, with the emotionless golden mask being a centerpiece of the entire design. The cosplay comes complete with a massive staff and the intricate Mut’s Sorrow shield, too, making it look like Bayek stepped right out of Assassin’s Creed Origins and into the real world.

CyperianWorkshop’s Bayek cosplay perfectly captures the power and grace of Egypt’s last Medjay, and an Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Kassandra cosplay recently did the same for Greece’s greatest misthios. The cosplay recreates Kassandra’s Spartan Renegade armor set, which is adorned with intimidating chains and Sparta’s iconic coat of arms. The powerful Greek warrior also wields a large golden axe in this cosplay, no doubt making Kassandra an even match for CyperianWorkshop’s well-armed version of Bayek.

Assassin’s Creed Origins introduced players to the lovable Bayek while bringing about the franchise’s transition to more RPG-focused installments. The Servant of Amun outfit is among the game’s best armor designs, and CyperianWorkshop has brought the regal outfit to life in excruciating detail. By transforming themselves into Bayek of Siwa, the talented cosplayer has given the Assassin’s Creed Origins protagonist the recognition he deserves.

Source: CyperianWorkshop/Reddit