The Legend of Zilda: Breath of the Wild has now running at a full 4K resolution on a high-end PC. It is the effort of the devoted coders and that was possible using the power of CEMU a Wii U Emulator.
CEMU version 1.7.4c was released early last month, and it fixes the issues which are graphical and prevented the game fully playable through emulation. It will available to public on April 9. Breath of the Wild can now completed through emulation, but still there is bug and cut scene in playback found.
Players can reset game resolution up to full 4K 3840 x 2160 pixels at a stead 30 frames per second. It is reported that the video was made with a i7 6700k @ 4.3ghz, GTX 1070, and 16GB of RAM. Players need a decent PC and to maximize frame rate, players need to play with few GPU and emulator setting.
Most of the PC-based emulation focuses on game consoles that are older generation, but PC-based emulation of contemporary games and consoles are acceptable.
Nintendo is not about to embrace emulation as a way to get the best Breath of the Wild experience.
As the company writes on its legal FAQ: "Distribution of an emulator developed to play illegally copied Nintendo software hurts Nintendo's goodwill, the millions of dollars invested in research & development and marketing by Nintendo and its licensees... Emulators developed to play illegally copied Nintendo software promote piracy. That's like asking why doesn't Nintendo legitimize piracy. It doesn't make any business sense. It's that simple and not open to debate."