Only two weeks ago we reported on the disclosure of a hack for CEMU emulator that offered the possibility of running Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild at 60 frames per second at 1080p in the hope of being able to run it to the maximum of its possibilities on the PC platform. The creator of the hack is the user Xalphenos, and now reveals a new version that promises to solve the biggest setback of that version: achieve a high performance to reach 60fps at 4k resolution in open spaces.
As you can see from the above video, this hack has not only been able to run to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild without the 30fps blockade presents in console versions where it was released, but also does in native 4K resolution.
Xalphenos still has to solve two important problems to be able to make a definitive launch of this hack, that eventually will be incorporated to the emulator. Firstly, there is a problem of startling animation in the Paragliding, and on the other hand, the stamina seems to recover very quickly, surely as a result of double frame rate.
No release date has yet been announced so we can test it with our own computers, but considering the speed with which it has advanced, we do not expect it to take more than a month to arrive at a new version of the emulator.