CEMU 1.11.6 is now available, improves emulation compatibility, adds UI game list

The team behind the best WiiU emulator, CEMU, has released a brand new version. CEMU 1.11.6 is now available to all Patreon backers and will be made available to the public on April 3rd. 

CEMU 1.11.6 improves emulation compatibility. Super Smash Bros is now playable and there aren’t any softlocks anymore, Xenoblade Chronicles X works now, and Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water works better than before.

Furthermore, this new version of CEMU adds option to use non-separable shaders system which can possibly fix GPU vendor specific issues, improve performance under GPU-bound scenarios and fix compatibility issues.

CEMU 1.11.6 also introduces a new game list, adds a bindable home button for emulated Wii remote, updates included gameprofiles, adds new options to gameprofiles, and fixes a crash that could occur in input settings.

Below you can find some videos showing a number of WiiU games such as Pokken Tournament, Hyrule Warriors, Fast Racing Neo, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate and Xenoblade Chronicles X running on CEMU 1.11.6.

Enjoy!

Cemu 1.11.6 | Pokkén Tournament Gameplay

Cemu 1.11.6 | Hyrule Warriors Gameplay

Cemu 1.11.6 | Fast Racing Neo Gameplay

Cemu 1.11.6 | Super Smash Bros. Wii U Gameplay

Cemu 1.11.6 | Zelda: Breath of the Wild Gameplay

Cemu 1.11.6 | Splatoon Online Multiplayer is AMAZING

Cemu 1.11.6 (Wii U Emulator) | Improvements Preview

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