New job announcement, Reported by PlayStation Lifestyle After seeing ResetEra, Strongly suggests that Sony may hire an engineer to configure the PS3 emulation. There are also rumors of getting old PS3 peripherals working on the new machine. That will be all Such Comfort
If you’ve been part of Sony’s restarted PlayStation Plus for the PS4 and PS5, you’ll see that when exploring the vast archives of 400+ games, everything on the PS3 should be streamlined. And seven men, the flow is useless.
The PS5, so far, has not been able to run PS3 emulation, which creates a huge boomer when it comes to losing this whole generation of games on modern machines. Rebooted PS + offers the option to download games from PS1, PSP, PS2, PS4, and of course PS5. But for the PS3, you’re stuck with steaming, and at least in my experience, it’s a fun mix of pixels and failure.
So there is hope in the form New job announcement For software development engineer, put on LinkedIn by PlayStation Studios.
Our Software Development Engineer Location works on the Tools and Technology team at PlayStation Studios to support the newly relaunched “Classic” for the PS4 and PS5. Classic games run through imitations of legacy PlayStation platforms. As a Classic Engineer, you will work closely with other engineers, manufacturers, and QA teams to solve quizzes, add new features, and create new emulators.
These are the “new emulators” that I like, because without them being silent and intended to allow people to run their GBA ROMs on the console, the PS3 is the only emulator that really needs development. Has.
at the same time, Player Has seen A new patent from Sony showing interest in getting a bunch of PS3 Peripherals working on the PS5, including the EyeToy, PS Mouse, and PS motion controllers.
Trying to play something Pirates of the Caribbean Lego The next day with my boy, streaming through the newly restarted PS +, the game consistently crashed into huge pixels. I checked the internet connection on the PS5, which reported 875mb / s, which I have to argue Just about Enough to make an eleven-year-old play. And yet we came across all those bad photos, the end of the game, the hidden league, and a message to say that my 1GB internet connection is not enough to sting. Which is just embarrassing.
So bring imitation! Of course, there are already PS3 emulators for computers, and given the power of the PS5 it shouldn’t be too difficult to copy it to the console. Doing so on the PS4, however, may prove to be a tough gig. Still, it’s good to at least stop at these little flashes of hope.
Also, I find it interestingly ridiculous that these companies, often the epitome of the emulation community, are now turning to the same technology to bolster their business models.