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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate & Pokémon Sword/Shield are playable on the Nintendo Switch emulator yuzu

The development team behind the Nintendo Switch emulator, yuzu, announced that both Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Pokémon Sword/Shield are playable in the latest version of yuzu. While these games could run with some workarounds in previous versions, they can now run properly, and without the need to use hacks.

Going into more details, the latest version of yuzu can fully run Pokémon Sword/Shield. As the team noted, the game is fully playable on yuzu. Furthermore, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is also playable. As such, players can now enjoy local multiplayer battles with their friends.

It’s also worth noting that the latest version of yuzu fixes some graphical glitches and artifacts in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Furthermore, it addresses the he excessive brightness issue in most maps in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Additionally, the motion jitter in all of the Unreal Engine 4 games has been fixed. Team Sonic Racing also now has proper physics, and Mario Tennis Aces now has proper shadows.

Overall, the team has made some impressive improvements to this Nintendo Switch emulator. Not only that, but the emulator can already a wide range of Nintendo Switch games. Moreover, a number of Nintendo Switch exclusive games are already playable in it.

You can download the latest version of yuzu from here!

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