Crowdfunded Wii U emulation software called Cemu is currently having on progress new updates, and it is expected to bring in much development into The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. One team released a new trailer that showed the improvements made from version 1.7.3 to 1.7.4.
For the past few weeks, Breath of the Wild has not only received improvements in its visual aspect, but has also seen developments on some of its features like swimming, the Stasis Rune and the Magnesis Rune. Cemu has indeed created great moves with these updates, according to GameRant.
At present, Cemu 1.7.4 is still to have its public release. However, there will be a public test release available for the emulator's Patreon contributors. There is a temporary schedule for the full release on April 8 and Cemu's developers will be spending the coming days making some hotfix on any issues that their patrons will be able to find. As of now, the update is still on its version 1.7.4c.
Cemu 1.7.4 will be making many improvements for other Wii U games, but it will mainly focus on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. They will be adjusting the Magnesis and Stasis Runes, and they will also be fixing water and Cryonis. It will also allow players to make progress within the game in a reasonable manner. The developers were also able to repair a few grass and lighting issues, including problems with Link falling through the earth. In turn, it will make playing the game a more attractive experience. Performance is also an issue, although, it is not a priority for this patch according to Cemu's creators.
Cemu 1.7.4 is currently being tested by those who are patrons of the emulators, before it will have its full release on April 8. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is already available for Nintendo Switch and Wii U.