New College Grads Get Together To Cosplay Their Favorite Game

Summer's here, and for Chinese college students this means two things: summer vacation and/ or graduation! To celebrate their graduation and their friendship, a group of graduating students got together to cosplay their favorite characters from the first person shooter Cross Fire.

This group of students, eight in number, are part of the graduating class of 2013 at Hunan province's Central South University. Having played CF during their four years together, they decided to get together to show off their love for CF.

New College Grads Get Together To Cosplay Their Favorite Game
New College Grads Get Together To Cosplay Their Favorite Game

New College Grads Get Together To Cosplay Their Favorite Game
New College Grads Get Together To Cosplay Their Favorite Game
New College Grads Get Together To Cosplay Their Favorite Game

Cross Fire is a first person shooter developed by South Korea's SmileGate. It was shut down in Korea in 2012 but still operates in China. There, the game has a cult following akin to that of Counter-Strike. There is currently a version available to play in the US.

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