This isn't the first time we've shown you how The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild runs on PC, thanks to the Wii U emulator CEMU, but this time it's another story, because in the last couple of weeks the team has managed to make it run at 4K resolution and 30 FPS.
Just take a look at the last video and change YouTube settings to 4K quality to really see how it looks. The team has improved many things from the previous iteration, such as grass, Link's physics on the ground, water effects, and Statis, Magnesis, and Cryonis abilities.
CEMU has released a downloadable version with the fragments of the game already converted and also separated assets for Link, but the game map isn't completely ready yet, so it's just a look at what it could be.
If you want the full game, however, it's only available for Nintendo Switch and Wii U. Is the PC version of Breath of the Wild something you'd rather play though?
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