Getting Zelda: Breath Of The Wild to run on PC isn’t far off if the latest funding figures for CEMU is anything to go by. In the last two weeks funds for CEMU, a profoundly experimental emulator for the Wii U that’s currently available on Windows PC, has sky rocketed. A fortnight ago CEMU was supported by 1857 people, who collectively donated $7782 per month (around £6300). It’s now supported by 5135 people, who donate nearly $22k a month (more than £17k).
Where previously the group could only show off the game’s opening cave, a new gameplay video shows the game running almost as well as it does on Nintendo’s own hardware.
The video can’t be embedded but you can have a look over here.
The game running on PC in its current state still suffers from some very noticeable frame-rate issues but arguably the retail version does too. With the funds rising, it won’t be surprising to see the final version crop up very soon.