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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:59pm 19/03/21 | 1 Comments
Thanks to a ray-traced global illumination shader (something that can be applied to a number of games) the folks at the Digital Dreams YouTube channel have put together some stunning footage of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild running in 8K. Yeah it's something, and it even goes as far as to showcase footage from the notoriously intensive Korok Forest too.

The following was captured via the CEMU emulator running the Wii U version, because you know, a PC version of Breath of the Wild doesn't exist.

As for the hardware used it should probably come as no surprise that the GPU in question is a GeForce RTX 3090 -- which would no doubt be needed to hit 8K and 60-fps. On that note, as per our recent 8 Games that Take Advantage of an 8K Screen You Can Play Right Now feature -- this would look amazing on Samsung’s Q950TS 8K panel.

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