PC gamers that would rather not shell out £279 on a new Nintendo Switch console but are eager to be able to play the new Zelda: Breath of the Wild game, may be interested in this new footage which has been recorded on a PC.
The latest Zelda game has been already working on PC systems thanks to the CEMU emulator which has been under development since 2015 and has been designed to run Wii U games on PC, with varying success depending on the title.
The team are still working on the Zelda: Breath of the Wild PC functionality but as you can see in the video below it is already playable. The following video has been recorded on a i7-4790K PC running a GTX 780 and 8GB RAM. Enjoy!
CEMU is funded through Patreon. The team is supported by some 1857 people at the time of writing, who collectively donate $7782 per month (around £6300).
Jump over to the PC gamer website for more details on the Nintendo emulator and its goal of being able to play Zelda: Breath of the Wild on PC systems.Filed Under: Gaming News, Top News