RPCS3 Emulator now allows you to play PS3 Games Online without Playstation Network!

For a very long time, RPCS3 is a very popular open-source video game console emulator and debugger. People use it almost exclusively for the Sony Play Station 3 (PS3). The emulator smoothly runs on Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD operating systems. As it is an emulator, you can easily play and debug video games on your personal computer. You can play more than two thousand games using the RPCS3, according to its database! All you require is at least Windows 7, or a modern Linux distribution. It is not wrong to say that it is the best way to play games on your PC!

RPCS3 has changed the game!

You can now play PS3 games online on your PC, and you don’t even need to use the PlayStation Network (PSN)! The developers were working on a free and open-source network called the RPCN, a replacement of the private PSN.

Source: PlayStation

Which games can I play on the RPCN?

You’ll be able to play games like Demon’s Souls and Bomberman Ultra! Bomberman Ultra allows 2-3 players to play at a time. Sadly though, you can only play these two games properly because of the multi-player and co-op format which doesn’t require a custom server. The majority of the other games do not support this feature. This sounds immensely unfinished, but it is a very promising feature even though we have only two games on it yet.

Here is a video that perfectly demonstrates online gaming on the emulator.

Who developed the RPCN?

For almost over a year, developer GalCiv (RipleyTom) worked on this software. This free and open-source network can act as the PSN.

This is some good news!

The RPCN is promising because it allows you to play PS3 games on your PC at a higher resolution. And you never know, there might be a chance of revival of the old PS3 games through it!

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