Friday, May 20, 2022

RPCS3 PS3 emulator now supports AMD’s Fidelity FX Super Resolution

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PlayStation3 was a masterpiece, I still remember running to my friend’s house to play God of War 3. however for those who own a PC and not a PlayStation we have been looking for a way to play PS3 games on our Pcs for a very long time, there simply doesn’t exist a way to do it.

But, we do have something called the RPCS3 emulator which achieves it to a certain extent. However, for high-end games, the emulator simply crashes. But according to recent news, AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution upscaling technology is being supported by the RPCS3 emulator. And it appears that now we can play a PS3-exclusive Final Fantasy on a Windows-based PC with enhanced quality. 

To play the game all you have to do is first use launchers like the Magpie or Valve’s Wine implementation for Proton. RPCS3 themselves stated that almost 63% of the games on PS3 are now playable on the emulator and there are still games that don’t work well enough and hence the team has provided a list of compatible games.


As we know, Sony’s PlayStation 3 is a master and also one of the most controversial consoles in terms of hardware. It is based on the Cell processor co-developed with IBM and features one high-performance core along with eight cores focused on floating-point processing.

It has hybrid microprocessors and was one of the first ones to adopt those thus it received a lacklustre welcome from software makers. And to support the graphics side, Sony’s PS3 featured an Nvidia Tesla-based GPU, which is an architecture from 2005. 

All these crazy specifications make it harder to port a game designed exclusively for Sony’s PS3 to any other platform. The task is both time-consuming and counterproductive for game developers.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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