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PC gamers can now switch to first-person mode on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Earlier there was news that PC gamers with the help of Nintendo WiiU emulator, CEMU can enjoy the latest Zelda game, “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.” Using the emulator, the players can quickly get 60fps on the PC. Now the developers of the game have recently released a new mod for the game. Following the release of the new mod, the players can play the game in first-person camera viewpoint, besides the third-person mode, according to reports.

The new mod will let players play the game in the first-person mode, but the frame will automatically switch to the third-person shooter while players inside the game will be fighting with enemies or doing activities like climbing, etc. Sources say that developers have introduced the new mod to keep the game simple while fighting with multiple enemies inside the game and climb places like rocks etc.

Though the game will automatically switch to third –person mode while fighting, the players will have an option by their side to switch the game back to the first-person mode when fighting.

There have been reports that the new mod has introduced three FOV modes inside the game. PC users are recommended to use DefaultFOV mode which is the regular mode, WiderFOV mode when turned on will offer a wider view of the area around the players. The last FOV mode which is the NarrowerFOV will offer a narrow view to the players if turned on. The mode will make the game less pixelated and is best suited for PC users.

All of the FOV modes that the new mod is offering are mind-blowing, and players can use any one of them to enhance their gaming experience.




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