Nintendo presented in the past E3 2019 a mystery trailer of the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, to the surprise and bewilderment of fans. Among the different mysteries it raises about its possible plot, the progress of the game revealed a mysterious mummified figure that not a few fans quickly identified as Ganon. Now a digital artist has created a three-dimensional version of the character as it could appear completely rejuvenated and rehydrated.
Character designer Jordan Knight has shared this magnificent work that retrieves the iconic Zelda series character and redesigns it following a proposal by illustrator Nicholas Kole, which adheres to the artistic parameters of Breath of the Wild. We will have to wait for Nintendo to offer new information about this game to know to what extent the Knight and Kole proposal approaches a possible real presence of Ganon in the game.
Zelda fans are still ahead a long wait to discover all the secrets of this title, but the most restless have not wanted to wait and have already created such great fanarts of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2.
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