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What's New In RPCS3 Emulator
« on: September 14, 2020, 08:08:20 AM »
RPCS3 is a free multi platform emulator that is completely open-source. It only emulates PlayStation 3 games, but it has a lot of these available. It is mainly developed by two programmers, Nekotekina and kd-11. It does not allow any PlayStation 3 peripheral control use as of now, but there are a lot of usable gamepads available to play with, and most types and brands of controllers may be used to play each of the games. {To download, you will need a 64-bit version of either Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 9, or Windows 10. |} Modern versions of Linux also needs to be fully supported by RPCS3 (https://rpcs3.onl/). It may also work with other hardware, even though Linux and Windows appear to be advocated (For a much better gameplay experience). You can download RPCS3 from https://rpcs3.onl/ (https://rpcs3.onl/) and install it following its instructions.



So as to install games, you will need to get them from either a physical PlayStation 3 games console you have access to or from a Blu-ray drive, though only certain types of Blu-ray drives can be used to install games to use with RPCS3. This can be inconvenient. According to the developer, 1876 games are currently playable, which is a great amount if you are looking  to play a large number of different video games out of a PlayStation 3 console on your computer. At the moment, online multiplayer is unfortunately only available in a very small selection of games, which is inconvenient if you would like to play with someone that's not near you. This may be improved in the future, but as of right now it seems unlikely. Local multiplayer, though, is fortunately completely supported, meaning you can use it in most available multiplayer games which would have a local multiplayer option when playing on a real console. You can use up to 7 controllers at exactly the exact same time, which means that you can play with a larger group of people if needed. As of March 2020, there is now support offered (https://rpcs3.net/) for a number of PlayStation 3D games, which means you can play games that offer 3D capabilities (3D effects such as the ones in 3D movies).