Zelda Breath of the Wild: It looks so great in 8K with ray tracing

Zelda Breath of the Wild: It looks so great in 8K with ray tracing

Zelda Breath of the Wild

The action adventure The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is now more than four years old, but at least in terms of gameplay it has lost none of its fascination. Wouldn't it be great to be able to admire this modern classic in a more contemporary graphic guise? This is exactly what is now possible thanks to the German modders from Digital Dreams.

The team had set itself the task of creating The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (buy now € 53.99) with the help of numerous graphic Clearly drilling out mods. You were able to convince yourself of this at a demonstration about half a year ago. In the meantime, Digital Dreams has published an updated showcase video.

It shows you the Opend World game in an impressive 8K resolution and a frame rate of 60 FPS, which in itself is a real eye-catcher. In addition, there are impressive ray tracing effects that visually enhance the game. The lighting, more precisely, the general lighting conditions look almost photo-realistic. The representation of the water and other surfaces is also impressive. To run the game with all these mods, you need a powerful PC. But the result is definitely worth it. Here is the latest video:

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You’ve Never Seen Breath Of The Wild Look This Good Before

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is already four years old, meaning that it has begun showing its age on the Nintendo Switch. But emulated on PC, the game continues to look absolutely dazzling thanks to a steady stream of fan updates and improvements.

Seriously, check out the latest showcase by the Germany-based modder Digital Dreams. In it, Breath of the Wild runs at 8K resolution with a ray tracing “beyond all limits” reshade that truly makes the hills come alive with the sound of Moblings and weapon degradation.

Sunlight filtering through dense forest canopies or glittering over hills at sunset are obviously some of the most visually striking moments in the video, but even at night the environments have a lot of extra depth to them thanks to the incredible draw distances. And man that I could spend hours just splashing around in those marshy ponds.

You’ve Never Seen Breath Of The Wild Look This Good Before






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Naturally, you need a beefy PC to unlock this magic, including an Asus TUF RTX 3090, 32GB of RAM, and 2TB of SSD storage among other things, as well as Digital Dreams’ ray tracing reshade presets. The results speak for themselves though, and show what a gorgeous second life Breath of the Wild could have as a proper PC game. I’m sure Breath of the Wild 2, whenever it actually comes out, will look excellent on the new OLED Switch, but probably not this excellent.

We’re used to seeing massive open world third-party games like Skyrim, The Witcher 3, and Red Dead Redemption 2 get these mod treatments. More and more first-party console games are as well as now thanks to Sony and Xbox porting things like Horizon: Zero Dawn and the newer Gears games to PC. Maybe one day fans won’t need to use a console emulator to do the same for Nintendo’s marquee releases.

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