Yuzu, the most popular Nintendo Switch emulator on PC alongside Ryujinx, has just released a major update that aims to greatly improve audio accuracy and even fixes compatibility with the recently released game Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes.
Complete Audio Replacement!
Thanks to developer Maide, a ton of games are booting for the first time ever, dozens and dozens of issues have been resolved, and we've significantly improved our audio accuracy!
Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes is now working perfectly, so please, enjoy it in all its glory - and experience audio emulation in yuzu anew!
Available now in the latest Mainline/EA builds.
Complete Audio Replacement
Thanks to Maide: a ton of games booting for the first time, dozens of audio issues resolved, and we've significantly improved our audio accuracy!
Enjoy Fire Emblem Warriors in all its glory and more!
— yuzu (@yuzuemu) July 14, 2022
The official Yuzu Discord channel also mentions the following changes made to the Early Access build (version 2835):
- Use TSC clock rate from CPUID when available [#8543] * Slightly improve timing and booting time.
- Update some services to 14.0.0+. [#8544]
- Update SDL to pre-release 2.23.1. [#8525]
- Add TS to PTM services and stub nifm GetInternetConnectionStatus.
As a reminder, the Early Access build of Yuzu is only accessible to Patreon supporters of the related tier (€4.99 monthly) or above. You can check out an extensive compatibility list for games right here.
In related Nintendo Switch emulation news, the Ryujinx team also posted their own June progress report.
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