Breath of the Wild Now Fully Playable on CEMU 1.7.4
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild has not been on the market long, but the developers of Wii U emulator CEMU have been working hard to get the game up and running on PC. There are still a few performance issues, a couple of graphical errors, and other bugs to work out, and it will likely be a long time until they’re all addresses, but reports are now suggesting that the game can be played in full, and the final boss defeated using CEMU.
YouTuber YamGaming shared 10 minutes of gameplay running on CEMU 1.7.4, and it looks pretty fantastic, check it out below!
The latest version of the emulator has made incredible progress. Previous versions had link falling through floors, grass and water effects were missing, fog and lighting were all wrong, the list goes on. Check out this new video showing the improvements, and you’ll see just how much progress has been made!
The updated CEMU is available to the software’s Patreon backers now, but everyone else can expect a public release within the next week or two.