Cemu 2.0-2 Released For This Open-Source, Linux-Supported Wii U Emulator

Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 15 September 2022 at 04:52 AM EDT. 3 Comments
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Released last month was Cemu 2.0 as open-source software and with Linux support for this Nintendo Wii U emulator that for years has been in development but up to that point closed-source and Windows-only. Cemu 2.0 continues advancing with another bug-fixing update out today.

Cemu 2.0-1 arrived earlier this month with various fixes for this open-source Wii U emulator. Out today is Cemu 2.0-2 with another batch of fixes.

The 2.0-2 update has various fixes, including several Linux-specific fixes, some code refactoring and clean-ups, and documentation improvements.

For those wanting to try out Cemu 2.0-2 can find the source code as well as Windows and Ubuntu 20.04 targeted binaries via GitHub.
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