Red Dead Redemption feature

Killzone 3, Uncharted 3, Red Dead Redemption and Resistance 3 running on the latest version of RPCS3

The team behind RPCS3 is doing an incredible work and below you can find some videos showing Killzone 3, Uncharted 3, Red Dead Redemption and Resistance 3 running on the latest version of this Playstation 3 emulator.

Now as you will immediately notice, Killzone 3, Uncharted 3 and Resistance 3 are nowhere close to a playable state. Still, the fact that the emulator can actually run these games (as they now can go in-game) is incredible in our opinion.

On the other hand, the emulation progress in Red Dead Redemption is phenomenal. Most of the game’s graphical effects appear to be displaying correct and performance has improved. We don’t know whether it’s possible to finish the game, however its beginning appears to be completely playable now.

YouTube’s ‘GrayT!’ has used an Intel Core i7 8700k at 5.0Ghz with 16GB DDR4 in order to run it at around 14-20fps. Not ideal but we are getting there. 2018 is almost over so I think we can safely say that Rockstar’s open-world game won’t be playable by its end, however I’m pretty sure that it will be in 2019.

Enjoy the videos!

RPCS3 v0.0.5 | Uncharted 3

Red Dead Redemption - RPCS3 4K - Massive Improvements - Extended Gameplay

RPCS3 PS3 Emulator - Killzone 3 Ingame / Gameplay! VULKAN (56ea45f9)

RPCS3 PS3 Emulator - Resistance 3 Ingame / Gameplay! VULKAN (56ea45f9)

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