Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Pretty mod with 8K and ray tracing

Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Pretty mod with 8K and ray tracing


The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, released in March 2017 as the launch title for the Nintendo Switch (and on the same day as the last Nintendo game for the Wii U), thrilled media and gamers alike around four years ago. We also gave a top rating in our huge test - you can find the review including a detailed review video here. The game convinces in many ways, for example with the gameplay, the story, the game physics and chemistry as well as with a pretty and unusual graphic style. However: Breath of the Wild cannot shine on the switch with a high resolution, fast frame rate or even ray tracing, but the console simply lacks the power.

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8K, 60 FPS and Raytraxing

A remedy for graphics fans is now provided by a special modification. Of course, it doesn't run directly on the switch, but in the emulator on a suitably powerful PC. This means The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (buy now) can be played in 8K resolution, that is 7,680 times 4,320 pixels, a total of over 33 million pixels. They are displayed in the mod with a refresh rate of 60 FPS. This means that the PC has to calculate almost 2 billion times per second what a single pixel should show on the display - logically, that the mod only runs on a very powerful PC and not on the switch.

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Breath of the Wild

If you want to try the Zelda-Mod for yourself, you can find all the information in the video on YouTube. For everyone else: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U. The game is available as retail on a cartridge and of course also digitally for download in the eShop. This saves you having to order from the online retailer and you can also start playing right away. It is currently not possible to go to the local gaming or electronics store on site.

Source: wccftech.com

Zelda BOTW: How to Play in First Person

Breath of the Wild, to this day, continues to have groundbreaking discoveries even 4 years after release. The most recent breakthrough lets players engage a first person mode at any time which gave us some heavy Skyrim vibes.

It is difficult to perform though, and we break it down with our hands on camera so you can see the difficult portions being done. This requires a multitude of glitches, including Menu Overloading, Item Hold Smuggling, and Model Teleporting to perform, but if done correctly, is well worth it for a more immersive and cinematic Breath of the Wild experience than ever before on Nintendo Switch.

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