Fans are thirsting over hot, hot Ganondorf after latest Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom trailer

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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has released its third trailer but all fans can do is talk about how sexy Ganondorf is. While the iconic villain still looks similar to his previous incarnations, he has gone through a substantial transformation, bulking up on muscle and becoming even more Daddy than usual.

Although we only got a brief glimpse of Ganondorf in the trailer, his character art reveals that he is one thicc boi. Sure, his face still looks the same, but his muscles have never been this big, which is enough to garner a good amount of thirst tweets.

“Ohhhh nooooo ganondorf don’t catch me I am so clumsy and I tripped and fell and now there’s no way I can win,” said Star Trek: Picard actress Mica Burton.

“Why is he so THICK,” types Jenna Quigley.

“Why am I blushing,” asked Pluto TV.

Unless we’re proven otherwise, Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom might have the first “hot” version of Ganondorf. Fans have always liked the character, though most just appreciated how much of a villain he was. However, this version of the iconic villain is changing things and it makes for some fun discourse.

Helping with the character’s attractiveness is that he is voiced by none other than Matthew Mercer himself. Mercer has been winning hearts and minds with his voicework for years, whether it’s as Cole Cassidy in Overwatch, Yusuke Kitagawa in Persona 5, or Levi in Attack on Titan. This is something of a full circle moment for Mercer as he portrayed the character in a web series eons ago.

In the end, it doesn’t matter how sexy Ganondorf is; you’re going to defeat him in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. The ways you can beat him have also expanded, as the sequel includes new features like weapon fusion and various travel mechanics. Either way, if fans thought Breath of the Wild was huge, Tears of the Kingdom will be even bigger.

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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is coming to Nintendo Switch on May 12, 2023.

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