Play hundreds of PlayStation 4 games on PC with this new emulator

Play hundreds of PlayStation 4 games on PC with this new emulator

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The first PlayStation and PlayStation 2 saw a number of emulators come up that allowed players to play numerous PS titles, such as the WWE Raw vs Smackdown games. This feature became very much popular within the community while also making console games far more accessible.

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And recent news might excite a lot of gamers who have always wanted to try PS exclusives on the PC. Spine, a closed source PS4 emulator for Linux that has been in private development since 2019, recently completed its first full public release earlier this month, replete with a new compatibility list that includes hundreds of titles.

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What is Spine Emulator?

Spine is a PS4 emulator for Linux that is currently in private development, however, a beta demo has been accessible for some time. According to its creator, it is the first publicly available PS4 emulator that can run commercial games.

WATCH THIS STORY –   The Worst to Buy Properties In GTA 5 Online Spine devs have opted to keep the emulator closed source for the time being in order to avoid a proliferation of forks, which might dilute the work at a stage this early. Having said that, sections of the source can be accessible on the demo Github.

Compatible PlayStation 4 Games  

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The devs tested around 1000 games, running them on the emulator. While downloading the demo, a compatibility list is included, which includes about 35% of the games tested. 40% of the games tested could run the intro and 25% didn’t run at all. However, 2D games worked smoothly.

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