The Legend of Zelda Breath Of The Wild, the latest entry in the series developed by Nintendo, is one of the few console exclusive games released in recent times that can be played on PC thanks to the Cemu emulator, which allows players to emulate the Wii U version of the game. While the game cannot be played to completion right now due to some issues preventing progression, several users are showing how it's possible to get a decent performance with the right tweaks and hardware.
A new video recently shared by Indra RPG'S on YouTube shows how it's possible to get an acceptable framerate on the Cemu 1.7.3d release running on a machine sporting a GTX 970 GPU, 16 GB DDR4 RAM and I5-6500 3.2GHz CPU.
A while back, we were able to check out how beautiful the game can look on PC with the 4K Texture Pack, but some users clearly weren't happy with this, as they started experimenting with the 12K GFX Pack and ReShade. A new video showing the improvements ReShade can bring has also been shared, and you can check it out below.
Earlier today, a new Zelda Breath of the Wild update, update 1.1.1, has been released for both the Wii U and Switch releases. According to reports, the update introduces some welcome framerate improvements.
Zelda Breath of the Wild is now available on Wii U and Switch in all regions.