CEMU 1.11.5 is now available, improves audio, reduces compile time and RAM usage on NVIDIA GPUs

The team behind the best WiiU emulator, CEMU, has released a brand new version of it that is currently available to its backers. This latest version improves audio, adds support for creating cubemap views into 2D array textures, adds support for more attribute formats and reduces compile time and RAM usage on NVIDIA GPUs.

Furthermore, this new version of CEMU adds support for emulating the WiiMote controllers and features a completely reworked input settings window.

It’s also worth noting that the team has already released three hotfixes for this new 1.11.5 version of CEMU. These hotfixes address some graphics pack selection issues, resolved some issues related to newly implemented audio fixes, and fix some third-party controller crashing issues.

Below you can find some videos showing a number of WiiU games running on this latest version of CEMU. We expect this version to become available to all users next week.


Cemu 1.11.5 | Mario Kart 8 Gameplay

Cemu 1.11.5 | Pokkén Tournament Gameplay

Cemu 1.11.5 | Yoshi's Woolly World Gameplay

Cemu 1.11.5 | Fast Racing Neo Gameplay

Cemu 1.11.5 | Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash Gameplay

Cemu 1.11.5 | Hyrule Warriors Gameplay

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