It's time once again for a brand new Cemu update! The newly released version of the popular Wii U emulator, 1.15.19 to be precise, introduces some rather interesting account management-related features. Accounts behave very much like on a real Wii U, and that means they will each have separate save files for every game: a feature that can prove to be useful if you wish to have multiple saves in a game that doesn't provide different slots or if you share your computer with other people. A new tab has been added to the emulator's "General settings" window where you can create, edit, delete and switch between different accounts, however, if you think getting into the settings every time to change the active user profile is tedious, a sub-menu that lets you do just that in a much quicker way has also been added in the "Options" menu. On a last note, this system is compatible with accounts created on a physical Wii U console too, so you can also dump and use them in Cemu if you wish to do so!
As usual, a couple of minor bug fixes have been included as well. You can read more about them in the official changelog:
Quoted from Official changelog:
# Cemu detailed changelog for 1.15.19
# Patreon release date: 2019-11-15
# Public release date: 2019-11-22
general: Added account management
- You can create and delete accounts in the general settings
- The currently selected account can be changed in the settings or via a shortcut in the menu
- Each account has separate save files
- Compatible with accounts dumped from a Wii U
general: Game list entries can now be renamed (#208)
general: Fixed a bug where game list entries would not be remembered if Cemu was closed right after refreshing the list
RPL: Fixed a rare memory corruption that could lead to crashes when any game was launched
(#xx) refers to bug tracker issues resolved by this change. See http://bugs.cemu.info/projects/cemu/
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Cemu v1.15.19 can be downloaded by going to its official website (linked below) or, if you are already running version 1.15.10 or later, by using its included auto-updater.