RPCS3 Rendering Improvements!

The RPCS3 emulator has been something I have been keeping an eye on over the past year, despite it being available for almost 6 years.

The reason for this is because over these last few months there has been a massive amount of improvements to the software with the aim of improving compatibility and support for the PS3’s library. One of the biggest games being Persona 5 which is slowly making its way to a fully playable state.

A few days ago a new video was released showing some of the improvements that have been seen in a number of games including the Tales Of series (one of the ones I am keeping an eye on)

RPCS3 is open source which means that progress can be slow, but there has been a lot of steam recently with the amount of games becoming playable growing and growing by the day.

The current list of playable games stands at 735 with over a 1000 being launchable into the game itself.

You can find out which games are in this list over at the RPCS3 HQ – https://rpcs3.net/compatibility?c= just be aware you will still need a decent machine should you want to play any of these games!

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