CEMU, the best emulator of the Wii U and so highly valued by users, receives a new update, reaching the CEMU version to 1.10.0 with sound improvements of the Zelda: Breath Of The Wild and added several other games.

The best emulator that exists at the moment of the Wii U, the CEMU, has received a new update and we are already in the version CEMU 1.10.0, which, among other improvements, adds a significant improvement in sound level of the Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, offering in this case stereo sound. This game has taken this emulator to popularity, since the launch of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. This improvement in the audio of the game is complemented by the possibility of running at 4K @ 60FPS.

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As mentioned above, CEMU 1.10.0 also adds us the possibility of playing titles like Super Smash Bros and NES Remix 2 game compilation. The new version will be released on 2nd October, because first priority has been given to those who have supported the project in Patreon and users who have donated money, can now enjoy the update.

First of all, this only works on BotW in its version 1.3.0 and 1.3.1 (the audio in stereo). All addresses must be updated for different versions of the game. Which also means that the next version of BotW will not work until the corresponding displacements are found.

The resistance is restored too fast, as if it were still at a speed of 1x at 30 FPS instead of what FPS is receiving. Some of my testers have reported texture losses from time to time, however, that’s a problem I could not duplicate. Subsequently, two of my testers reported that textures that were not loading could be related to Cemu v1.9.1, since I’ve been in v1.9.0 all the time because it’s a little easier to debug with it.

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