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RPCS3 Emulator Brings Major Improvements For The Last Of Us, Uncharted 3 And More

Developers have been making some improvements to the RPCS3 Emulator and this time the devs have made some major improvements to the emulator to run games like The Last of Us, Uncharted 3, Yakuza, and more.

The team behind the RPCS3 Emulator has published a new video to showcase the improvements made for The Last Of Us, Uncharted 3, Resistance and more.

The improvements now allow players to play the Last of Us, Uncharted 3 without crashing during cutscenes among other fixes.

Previously the Resistance: Fall of Man was unplayable using the RPCS3 Emulator and after the improvements, the game is now playable. Check out the improvements in the video below.

During September, many major titles have seen improvements, and there’s still more to come in another video soon™. The Last of Us and Uncharted 3 can now go ingame for the first time thanks to Eladash fixing a crash with cutscenes by making improvements to the RSX Shader Decompiler.

While the team behind the RPCS3 Emulator has made improvements but still, games like the Last of Us and Uncharted 3 are still running at very low FPS.

Not only that, the RPCS3 Emulator is also capable of running PS3 exclusives at 4K resolution. These PlayStation 3 exclusives include Armored Core V, Clash of the Titans and Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2.

Running PS3 games on PC at native 4K is a huge bump in resolution over the 720p resolution of the PlayStation 3.

Despite some glitches in the game, the RPCS3 Emulator is capable of running these games at a playable framerate.

Speaking of the emulator, RPCS3 Emulator is not the only one out there as Halo 3 is playable on PC using Xenia, an Xbox 360 emulator.

However, in its current state, you will only be able to just boot the game using the emulator as there are a lot of glitches and performance is also very poor.

Furthermore, one enthusiast was able to play Ni no Kuni on PS4 using RPCS3. The user was running Linux on the PlayStation 4 which he then used to run RPCS3 to emulate Ni No Kuni.