This Overwatch Mei cosplay is so freaking adorable, and realistic, and lovely, and oh my god we are totally gushing. "Freeze, don't move" because this cosplayer brings the Overwatch hero to life in all of her deceptive cuteness ... but we know she's still Ice Satan.
The Overwatch fandom is incredibly passionate despite a lull in content for the Blizzard shooter. That hasn't stopped fans from upping that creative game and this Mei cosplay proves that love gives the community some pretty impressive creations!
The cosplayer seen above goes by 'Naetori' and seriously, how heckin' cute is she?! Her cosplay portfolio speaks volumes of her talent, though her main focus is definitely on the ice-y Overwatch hero and the Ice Climbers from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The girl definitely knows what she likes!
We're a little bit in love! For more Overwatch goodness, you can check out our Game Hub right here to learn what's new in Blizzard's shooter! For more about this hero and her snowball companion:
"She was assigned to the program's monitoring station at Watchpoint: Antarctica when disaster struck: a sudden, catastrophic polar storm battered the installation and cut it off from the outside world, leaving the facility damaged and the scientists stranded. As their supplies dwindled, they entered cryostasis in a last-ditch effort to survive until a rescue attempt could be made.
"But that rescue never came. It was years later when the team's cryogenics chamber was finally discovered. Mei, still in hibernation, was the only survivor. The world Mei awoke to had gone through considerable changes: Overwatch was no more, the serious climate issues had worsened, and none of the eco-Watchpoints were in operation. Any clues that they had uncovered were lost."
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