RPCS3 emulator PC

RPCS3 PS3 emulator for Windows – PC Desktop

Version0.0.15
DeveloperDH, Hykem
CategoryEmulator
OSWindows
Uploaded byBlowFlies

Description

RPCS3 is a multi-platform open-source Sony Play Station 3 emulator for PC and debugger written in C++ for Windows, Linux and smartphone.

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 PlayStation enthusiasts alike.

Features

RPCS3 is dubbed one of the most complex video game console emulators of all time with an endless goal to effectively emulate the Sony PlayStation 3 and all of its aspects.

Most files are licensed under the terms of GNU GPLv2 License; see LICENSE file for details. Some files may be licensed differently; check appropriate file headers for details.

RPCS3 is under steady development and the binaries they produce are highly experimental. System requirements may vary depending on your hardware configuration.

For the best experience, users should be running within the recommended system requirements.

It 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.

System requirements

OS versionWindows 7 (or higher)
CPUQuad core 2.5 Ghz
RAM6 GB (8 GB recommended)
Disk space100 MB
The table lists the minimum system requirements for running RPCS3 emulator PC

Update

•Parsing PM4 command buffers and some other formats to recover the original Gnm calls

•Translate Gnm calls into vulkan calls

•Translate GCN bytecode into Spir-V bytecode

•Audio Basic implementation

•Gamepad Basic implementation

•TLS support is not complete yet, and possibly neither are some other initialization functions