The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom feature

PC gamers can now play Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom in 4K/60fps

Earlier this week, we informed you about The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom running on PC via the Ryujinx Nintendo Switch Emulator. And today, we are happy to report that PC gamers can already play this upcoming Zelda game in 4K/60fps with both Yuzu and Ryujinx.

From what we could see, both Yuzu and Ryujinx have some visual/graphics artifacts with this game. Moreover, you’ll need a really high-end PC system in order to get close to 60fps.

Regarding performance, both Yuzu and Ryujinx can run the game smoothly during its prologue scene. However, when the game opens up, performance goes downhill on mid-range PC hardware. Things will obviously get better as the developers of Yuzu and Ryujinx are currently working on optimization tweaks and performance improvements. Let’s also not forget that Tears of the Kingdom is not out yet (well… at least officially).

Unfortunately, Nintendo has been taking down all the 60fps emulated videos for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. As such, I can’t find anything to share with you right now. You can take a look at the following video, however, this video is based on an older version of Ryujinx.

As always, we won’t allow any direct links to the game’s ROM. So yeah, don’t bother asking for a link.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

The Legend of Zelda - Tears of Kingdom 4K/60fps Ryujinx Emulator Benchmark (i5-10400F / RTX 3060 Ti)

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