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Tears of the Kingdom Brings Back a Classic Legend of Zelda Boss

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is getting back a more familiar (albeit scary) face as classic Zelda enemies look like bosses in the new game.

As revealed in the new Tears of the Kingdom trailer, a number of story details have already been revealed, giving fans a first look at Ganondorf, and Gleeok has his head up for the first time in 16 years.

The two-headed version last appeared in 2007’s Phantom Hourglass, but the three-headed Greek shown in the new trailer (below) is the first we’ve seen since The Legend of Zelda, like the first game in the franchise to launch. It is not 1987.

Gleeok returns with Tears of the Kingdom (Image credit: Nintendo)

A two-headed variant also appeared in Oracle of Seasons, but this version of the Greek returns for the first time in 36 years. It’s also not the only boss-like beast to appear in the new trailer, and rather than Breath of the Wild’s more systematic approach, Tears of the Kingdom returns to the classic Zelda boss formula. suggests that there are

The sequel also seems to include classic Ocarina of Time enemies, not bosses, but the infamous ReDead monster is equally iconic. Located between things, the ghost is best known for haunting Castle Town’s abandoned marketplace following a time jump.

Tears of the Kingdom aims to give players even more freedom than Breath of Thru Wild, adding new Fuse abilities in addition to Recall, Ultra Hand, and Ascend.

Tears of the Kingdom will also have the largest file size of any first-party game on the Nintendo Switch, include classic enemies from Ocarina of Time, and cost more than the usual $70 to match its scope. We know too, but the main reasons fans are excited are: Because Breath of the Wild is considered one of his greatest games of all time.

Fans can also enjoy the limited edition Tears of the Kingdom Nintendo Switch, which was announced alongside the gameplay presentation.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer and UK news editor. He talks about witchers all day long.

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