Play Station 3 emulator for Mac OS
RPCS3 is a multi-platform open-source Sony PS3 emulator for Mac OS and debugger written in C++ for Windows, Android and iOS. It was founded by programmers DH and Hykem. Initially hosted on Google Code, the project was eventually migrated to GitHub later on in its development.
RPCS3’s first successful boots were primarily composed of small homebrew projects and hardware tests. The emulator was later publicly released in June of 2012 and gained substantial attention from both the open-source community and Play Station enthusiasts alike. Today, RPCS3 is primarily developed by its two lead developers; Nekotekina, kd-11 and backed by flourishing team of GitHub contributors.
This PS3 emulator for Mac is not affiliated with, nor authorized, endorsed or licensed in any way by any company, affiliates or subsidiaries.
All individual game screen shots or audio that are simulated by this software are property of their respective copyright holders and are only used in this app listing for the purpose of informing the customer of the software’s functionality.
[Supports file extension]
.bin, .mdf, .pbp, .iso, .toc, .cbn, .m3u, zip, .img, .cue, 7z. Some images come as a .ecm file. These will not work in this emuator.
This is a free fan app for those who wish to have the described experience in their mobile device.
System requirements may vary depending on your hardware configuration. For the best experience, users should be running within the recommended system requirements. We cannot guarantee the performance of system specifications below the minimum requirements, but you’re always welcome to experiment. Do not expect stable performance or consistent compatibility as changes are always being made to the codebase.
|OS version||OS X – 10.14 or above|
|RAM||6 GB (8 GB recommended)|
|Disk space||80 MB|
•Alpha version released (Beta program open)
•These are NOT stable builds. RPCS3 is a rolling release software without stable builds
•Implemented Online Netplay (sceNp) functionality
•many CPU emulation accuracy and performance improvements
•Simplification and usability improvements