Zelda: Breath of the Wild recently released worldwide on Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Wii U consoles. The game isn’t available on any other platforms such as PlayStation and Xbox but, the PC users can enjoy the game. Well, they’ll simply need a powerful computer, and a 4K graphics enabled monitor. Yes, Zelda: Breath of the Wild is playable on PC via the Nintendo Wii U’s CEMU. CEMU is an emulator that allows most of the Nintendo Wii U games to run on PC. Zelda; Breath of the Wild can also be played on PC using this Emulator and if bundled with the innovative 4K graphics, the game just looks amazing.

With CEMU and 4K graphics, Zelda: Breath of the Wild looks more promising that both of the Switch and Wii U consoles. The game offers more detail on CEMU but runs little less smooth. The players can enjoy the game with fewer hiccups and interruptions.

A video shared on YouTube by YamGaming shows Zelda: Breath of the Wild running with CEMU Emulator 1.7.3 with the 4K graphics set. The game looks amazing on CEMU as compared to both Switch and Wii U consoles. On CEMU, Zelda: Breath of the Wild offers a little less to optimal performance. So, the game is a little less playable than Switch and Wii U.

Hopefully, In the near future Zelda: Breath of the wild will improve to run on CEMU or PC. There isn’t any PC version of the game coming out, but there are rumors that a PC port of the game is in works. When this rumored PC port of the game comes out, we’ve no idea about that at all. However, on CEMU, the game is going to improve in the course of 2 to 4 months. Let’s see how that turns out.

“Zelda will probably be in a state where you can play it from start to finish in 2-4 months. Note that fixing ALL bugs in the game can take years but it should be comparable to Xenoblade Chronicles X in a few months.”

Zelda is being regarded as one of the finest entries in the series. In his Interview, Dave noted how the game set a new bar for open world gaming, as described at Wccftech.


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