CEMU 1.15.10 Improves Zelda BotW, Twilight Princess HD and SNES Virtual Console Performance; Available for Patrons Now
A new version of the best Wii U PC emulator, CEMU 1.15.10, has been released for Patrons and will be made available to the public on July 5th.
The new CEMU version improves the performance of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and the SNES Virtual Console (VC). In addition, version 1.15.10 boosts performance of the Twilight Princess HD map screen.
Another interesting change is that this latest version includes an auto-updater, which will automatically download the latest CEMU version once available. This feature is only being made available for public releases – Patron version will still need to be downloaded manually.
We’ve included the official release notes for CEMU version 1.15.10 down below alongside a new video showing off Zelda: Breath of the Wild running on this CEMU version:
CEMU 1.15.10 release notes
general: Fixed an issue where the game list would never finish loading
general: Pressing the print key now saves a native-resolution screenshot to a folder (#96)
general: Added auto-updater (#87)
For now, only public releases are checked. Patreon versions still have to be downloaded by hand.
general: Added indicator to graphic packs if Cemuhook is required but not installed
CPU: Added SUBFEO implementation to interpreter
CPU: Further improved SO/XO xer bits emulation
Some DS VC games now run (albeit at very low framerates)
AX: Implemented AXQuit
Required for Monster Hunter Frontier G to not crash on boot
GX2: Added support for texture formats R8_UINT, R16_UINT and R8_G8_B8_A8_UINT
Used by DS VC
GX2: Added fast path to tiling aperature for 32bpp textures
Boosts performance in SNES VC games and the Twilight Princess HD map screen
coreinit: Added API OSTestThreadCancel(), OSEnableInterrupts()
coreinit: Updated the implementation of OSCond to use fibers and fixed some multi-threading bugs in the process
Wii U PC emulator CEMU can be downloaded through the emulator’s official website here.
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