There aren’t many emulators on the market as competent as CEMU, which is for Wii U emulation. The emulator has been supported by fans, and developers for years now, and it is one of the best ways to play console exclusives on PC. Fans can enjoy titles like Breath of the Wild, Super Mario 3D World, Bayonetta 2, and more on PC at higher resolution, and framerate. Now, you can download CEMU 1.22.6 for PC to the latest build of the emulator.
Emulation used to be something only people with high-end systems could enjoy, but with each update, CEMU becomes more and more optimized for mid-end, and even low-end systems. This is because they are committed to bringing emulation to everyone, and not a specific part of the PC community. CEMU should be updated regularly, as it can improve your current performance quite a bit at times. If you are new to CEMU, make sure you check out our detailed guide to help you configure it, and get the most out of your emulator.
Download CEMU 1.22.6
You can download the latest version of CEMU, which is version 1.22.6 from the link below. This is intended for users that are new to CEMU, or want to install it from scratch.
If you already have CEMU installed, you can simply update it as well. Follow the steps below to do this.
Open CEMU from the shortcut
Now, click on the Help tab, and select Check for Updates
Click on the Update button
After the update is complete, click on the Restart button
The latest version of CEMU is in the title of the application. After you have followed the steps, the software will automatically adjust to the newer version and maintain your personal settings.
To read the complete patch notes for CEMU 1.22.6, head over to the following link. Some of the highlights include a better command-line interface, a short name option for fullscreen, multiple fixes in various Wii U titles, and improved compatibility. Players will notice more stability in certain titles as well. Since CEMU fully supports Vulkan, AMD users should use that as the renderer.
Have you tried the new update? What are you playing through CEMU? Let us know in the comments below and share your thoughts.