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Nintendo Switch Emulator Yuzu receives multi-core update, huge improvement in performance for many games

The industrious development team behind Yuzu, a PC emulator for the Nintendo Switch,  announced an update that enables true multi-core scalability. For an emulator that mainly used a single, CPU core until now, this update is a huge milestone in rendering capacity, and most games already benefit from its inclusion. Continue reading Nintendo Switch Emulator Yuzu receives multi-core update, huge improvement in performance for many games

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now also playable on the Yuzu Nintendo Switch Emulator

Last month, we informed you about Animal Crossing: New Horizons running on the PC via the Ryujinx Nintendo Switch emulator. However, we know that some of you prefer the other Nintendo Switch emulator, Yuzu. So, we are happy to report today that this latest Animal Crossing game is also playable on it. Continue reading Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now also playable on the Yuzu Nintendo Switch Emulator

Vulkan API build for Yuzu the Nintendo Switch emulator is now available for download

In case you missed it, the team behind one of the best and fastest growing emulators for the Nintendo Switch has made a public release of a build that can utilise the Vulkan API. While this version was initially the privilege of only patreon backers, it has finally been made available to everyone. Continue reading Vulkan API build for Yuzu the Nintendo Switch emulator is now available for download

Nintendo Switch emulator, Yuzu, gets disk-based cache, sees tremendous performance improvements

Fans of the popular Nintendo Switch emulator, Yuzu, will be happy to know that the first videos showcasing the integration of a disk-based cache surfaced today on YouTube. BSOD Gaming has just released a video showcasing the new disk-based shader cache at work in Super Mario Odyssey running on the emulator. Continue reading Nintendo Switch emulator, Yuzu, gets disk-based cache, sees tremendous performance improvements