PS3 emulator is now able to run God of War 3 and The Last of Us… With the evolution of video game technology, many games released for older consoles end up being left behind.
At this point, developers and enthusiasts seem to play a role in preserving these games through emulators. The latest case is the PS3 emulation project, which had its results published on video.
The developers of RPCS3 have released a video showing the advances in their emulator. With the application of z-curve in the emulation of several titles, it was possible to reproduce the graphics of several titles of renowned of the PlayStation 3,
like Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, Burnout Paradise, God of War 3 and The Last of Us.
The April update of the RPCS3 emulator still brought improvements over graphs with exploding vertices, leaving the image virtually unrecognizable. Problems with locking in cutscenes, found in games like the already mentioned Ni No Kuni and Silent Hill: Downpour, have been solved.
Recently, developers of RPCS3 have shown the possibility of the emulator running PS3 games in very high resolutions, up to 10k insane. It is worth remembering that current consoles such as Xbox One and PS4 bring in their most powerful versions the ability to run games in 4K as one of the biggest points to sell more units.
What do you think of the use of emulators to preserve games that can be forgotten with the shutdown of servers and shutdown of studio activities? Give your opinion below.
Although the RPCS3 emulator is still not perfect, it is getting better. The authors have shown us how they’ve improved the display of games in the new version of games like God of War 3, The Last of Us or Skate. And we have new videos from the gameplay itself