As few weeks ago we reported that the developers behind the CEMU emulator were able to get The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild up and running on PC. In that the game loaded, but was far from playable thanks to the constant freezes and glitches. Plus, a lot of Link's abilities just didn't work at all. Well fast forward to today and Team Cemu have gotten the game running apart from a rather sluggish frame-rate.
What's most impressive is that all the physics and visual effects seem to be in place, hinting that the full game is entirely playable in this state.
When we originally reported on this back on the 8th of this month, we stated that "Team Cemu (are) currently being funded via Pateron to the tune of just over $8,000 USD per month". That figure now sits at $22,834 per month. A huge increase no doubt due to their efforts in attempting to emulate Breath of the Wild.
Nintendo's stance on emulation has been clear, and any argument relating to the preservation of hardware and software from a bygone era long lost to time is surely moot here. And with Team Cemu's funding growing by the day, it probably won't be long before some form of legal action is taken on behalf of Nintendo.