Cemu, a profoundly experimental emulator for the Wii U that’s currently available on Windows PC, has been updated enabling 4k visuals on some of the consoles’ titles. The Wii U is capable of outputting visuals of 1080p but now users who upgrade to version 22.214.171.124 have the option to adjust visuals to as high as 4k.
Folk who back the Cemu Patreon campaign get access to the update early whilst those who don’t can acquire it at a public release date of January 16th.
There’s no denying that Super Mario 3D World does indeed look even more gorgeous when the visuals are ramped up. Check out the video below for a taster:
Sony’s PS4 Pro is out now which is capable of pushing high-end resolutions and with Microsoft’s Scorpio on the horizon it’s worth wondering what Nintendo’s view on hi-res gaming will be. Time will tell…