The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can already be booted in the latest version of the CEMU emulator

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has just been released on Nintendo Switch and WiiU. And from the looks of it, the WiiU version can already be booed in the latest version of the best WiiU emulator, CEMU.

This video was captured on an Intel i7-4790K with an NVIDIA GTX 780 and 8GB of RAM on the latest 1.7.3 version of CEMU. Even though the game boots up, it currently has of bugs that make the game unplayable. There are various physic glitches, rune abilities that require object selection don’t work, there is no water collision, and it’s impossible to leave the tutorial area without using a save.

Still, the fact that this newly released game can be booted in CEMU speaks volumes about this emulator. As such, and since CEMU in its current state focuses mainly on specific games, we are almost certain that it will become playable in the next few months.

Enjoy the video!

John Papadopoulos

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