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SDCC 2017: Who wore it best? Link cosplay

Link is a popular cosplay choice at San Diego Comic Con this year.

Link is a popular cosplay choice at San Diego Comic Con this year, no doubt thanks in no small part to the immense success of Breath of the Wild. As with Harley Quinn, though, there are several different incarnations of Link to choose from. Which begs the question: who wore it best?

SDCC 2017: Who wore it best? Link cosplay

Our first Link seems to be inspired by the more realistic Twilight Princess incarnation of the character, though the grey beard adds a unique element.

SDCC 2017: Who wore it best? Link cosplay

The classic. The version of Link most people think of when they think of the character: Link from Ocarina of Time.

SDCC 2017: Who wore it best? Link cosplay

Rounding out the field we have a Link based on the smash hit Breath of the Wild version of Link, complete with blue top and a life size Korok friend to travel with. Extra inventory space, yassss!

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