Legend of Zelda breath of The Wild came out on the Nintendo Wii U and the Nintendo Switch on March 3, 2017. And in less than 6 months, Cemu developers had managed to run the game in glorious 4K hitting a stable 60FPS.

Emulators have always managed to outperform their respective consoles but Cemu took it a step further and actually managed to make various mods for the Legend of Zelda breath of The Wild. Over the past few months, Cemu has come to known as a “Zelda Machine” by the gaming community simply because of how much time the developers put into making the game run smoothly and reliably on Cemu. The best part is, with a reasonably powerful PC you can easily manage to run the game at a stable 30FPS whereas with a high-end gaming PC maintaining a stable 60FPS throughout the game in 4K isn’t that big of a hurdle either.

To run The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild smoothly on Cemu you’ll need to download the shader cache from online source since building the shade cache by yourself can take days not to mention the laggy gameplay. There are a variety of graphics packs available that let you increase the resolution along with multiple graphics packs that improve the graphics and even make the game feel more realistic.

As of today, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is 100% playable on Cemu and runs at a stable 30FPS for most PC’s as well as being one of the most stable Cemu games.