• Good Smile and Nintendo are collaborating on a new set of figma toys based on characters from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
  • The figures will be based on three characters from the game, including Link, Ganondorf, and Zelda, and will be highly detailed and articulated.
  • The Link figma is the closest to completion, while the Ganondorf figma is in the prototype phase and Princess Zelda's figma is still early in development.

The Good Smile Company has revealed a new set of Japanese figma toys based on characters from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Good Smile is well-known for its variety of collectible figures and statues based on popular anime and gaming characters. One of the most popular lines it has is the Figma line, which gives fans a chance to own a detailed and articulate full-body version of their favorite character. Nintendo has collaborated with Good Smile before, giving fans the chance to own figmas based on its Metroid, The Legend of Zelda, and Fire Emblem franchises, among others.

This newest collaboration between Good Smile and Nintendo will be based on three characters from 2023's The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Fans praised the game for its interpretations of classic characters in the franchise, such as Ganondorf's handsome but intimidating design in Tears of the Kingdom. Link and Zelda's re-designs in this game were also similarly praised. Piggybacking off the top of Tears of the Kingdom's popularity, these three characters will be getting figma figures based on them.

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These three figures were shown off at WonHobby Life 38, an exhibition in Japan that showcases the latest products and figures that are in development or will be available in the future. Good Smile gave fans a look at the figmas based on major Tears of the Kingdom characters; specifically Link, Ganondorf, and Zelda. Link's figure is already modeled and colored, where he is equipped with his default armor, along with carrying the Hylian Shield and Master Sword.

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Figma Details

  • figma Link: Tears of the Kingdom ver. - TBA
  • figma Ganondorf: Tears of the Kingdom ver. - TBA
  • figma Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom ver. - TBA

The Ganondorf figma is in its prototype phase, meaning it has all of its pieces and looks solidified, but has not been colored yet. Despite this early appearance, the figma manages to convey Ganondorf's intimidating figure from Tears of the Kingdom, where he comes equipped with his katana. Good Smile confirms that Princess Zelda will be getting a figma, but it is early in development and has no figure yet. The early art indicates this figma will be based on Zelda's white tunic-esque dress from later in the game instead of her early explorer outfit, likely holding a broken Master Sword.

WonHobby 38 also showcased a ton of other figures that are coming soon, including new releases in the Nendoroid, Pop Up Parade, and Figma lines. These are from games like Persona 5, Street Fighter 6, Nier: Automata, and Xenoblade Chronicles 3, among others. The Link figma appears to be the closest one to being completed, though there isn't a pre-order date for it yet.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is the sequel to the beloved open-world adventure, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This installment once again sees Link and Zelda battling to protect Hyrule from falling to Ganondorf. This new adventure takes place in the same land of Hyrule as Breath of the Wild but sees something called the Upheaval, which allows link to travel to Sky Islands, as well as deep into the Depths beneath Hyrule. Players can use special abilities to fuse together weapons, and build items to help them progress through the release.

FranchiseThe Legend of Zelda
How Long To Beat59 Hours

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