The Legend of Zelda fans can’t get over the demon king Ganondorf in Tears of The Kingdom

The final trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has been released, giving players the final clues they will receive before getting into the game first-hand when it arrives on May 13th. One thing that caught the eye of many fans, however, was the new form of Ganondorf, now known as the Demon King.

The latest trailer gave us a good look at Ganondorf instead of just hearing his voice. Fans agree and they believe that the Demon King’s form suits Ganondorf quite well, many of them even going so far as to describe him as dreamy and in love with him.

Fans love the appearance of the Demon King of Ganondorf in Tears of the Kingdom

Ganondorf appears closer to the middle and rounds out the ending in the latest Tears of the Kingdom trailer. It sets the stage for Ganondorf’s presence in this world and what Link will encounter throughout his journey. Although Ganondorf and his forces could be the main threat, that doesn’t mean players are completely at odds with the character.

Several fans have commented on Nintendo’s tweet about Demon King Ganondorf, praising the character’s design and gorgeous looks. We have comments ranging from “Getting swole is Free via Nintendo” to “this might be my favorite design for this character” and some just get straight to the point and say, “He looks good.”

Comments range from Nintendo praising their design work on Ganondorf to flattery about his looks and man bun. Overall, it seems like Nintendo made a hard-hitting choice for the infamous antagonist, and many fans are happy to see that the team has moved away from Calamity Ganondorf, who originally appeared in Breath of the Wild.

This little preview of the character seems like an excellent treat for fans who felt his overall design was missing from the previous game. We’ll get our chance to find out just how much Ganondorf has changed when Tears of the Kingdom comes to Nintendo Switch on May 13th.

Curtis Crabtree

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