We're Getting A Link Figure From… Jakks Pacific?

Jakks Pacific is a company more widely known for being the makers of WWE figures for years until Mattel took over, and recently as part of the Star Wars army of toy makers who have been cranking out new designs periodically. The company has recently been working with Nintendo, releasing a line of small figurines called "World Of Nintendo," which looks pretty cool in their solid gold or shades of gray color schemes, not to mention the full color 4" versions and the Splatoon guns we saw earlier this month. Today, this little picture was dropped on us from their Instagram feed.

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credit//Jakks Pacific

The company are working on a prototype for The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild in what appears to be a fully functional action figure. The company said that more info and a release date would be coming next week, but right now we can see it's just above your standard action figure size and 4.5" tall. A look at the arm bucklers suggest that we won't just get detail, we'll be seeing fine detail when it's fully painted. The only weapon shown here is a bow with a specialized arrow from the game (can't wait to see what that does) but not your standard sword and shield. It'll be interesting to see what the fully produced figure looks like next week.

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