Emulators are amazing for gamers as they make it possible to transfer games across platforms. For instance, there is no way Nintendo will release The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild on PC, but emulators made it possible.
The Wii-U emulator Cemu brought The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild to PCs and the project is constantly updated. Recently a new update was released for the emulator, and we have to admit that it is an interesting one.
The Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild was originally released on the Wii-U and the Nintendo Switch. The game was appreciated by the gaming community and it received impeccable scores from most critics. It had everything, a good soundtrack, impressive visuals, and a well-developed open-world. Therefore, it doesn’t surprise us that PC users decided to bring the game to their favourite platform as well.
Back to an old-school look
The most recent update for The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild removes cel-shading, which gives the game an older feeling. The change affects everything, from environmental tweaks to color alterations.
This new update might remind you of previous games in the series. While some players appreciate this change which brings back some nostalgia, others are not that happy with it. The visuals of the Breath of the Wild were appreciated by most fans, and many feel that there is no reason to modify them.
If you want to see how the game looks like when the cel-shaded effect is turned off you can take a look at the video posted by YouTube user Arkh Longstride. The video makes the difference quite obvious, and the game receives a gloomy vibe, which is the opposite of the cheerful visuals of the regular version.
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