The team behind the best Playstation 3 emulator for the PC, RPCS3, has released a new video, highlighting the performance patches for Gran Turismo 5 and God of War 3.
According to the team, God of War 3 is almost playable on RPCS3 as it almost never crashes and can indeed be finished. With an Intel i9 9900K at 5.0Ghz, PC gamers can achieve 50fps at 1440p. So, while there is still work to be done, you can lock its framerate to 30fps and play this PS3-exclusive GoW game on the PC. Or wait until a newer version manages to run it with 60fps.
Furthermore, a new performance patch for Gran Turismo 5 allows you to unlock its framerate. As such, PC gamers can now run this sim with more than 60fps.
A new graphics patch was also released for The Last of Us that fixes its Bloom effect. Furthermore, an updated version of the MLAA patch for TLoU fixes the green particles.
You can download these graphics/performance patches via RPCS3’s Patch Manager. All you have to do is simply open RPCS3, click “Manage” then “Game Patches”. You can then download the latest patches, and enable the ones you want to use for your game version/region.
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