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This build was released on 2022-06-24
Users can expect to run RPCS3 on a wide range of hardware setups on both laptops and desktops with support for Windows 7, 8, 10 and 11.
Users can expect to run RPCS3 at the best possible performance on a wide range of hardware setups with support for most common distros.
Users can expect to run RPCS3 on the latest performance Macs with support for M1 and Intel Macs with dedicated graphics on macOS 11.6 or later.
Users can expect to run RPCS3 at the best possible performance on a wide range of hardware setups on FreeBSD 12.3 or later.
With every new compiled binary RPCS3.net saves a record and stores it in our build catalog. The build catalog allows you browse and download every publicly released and compiled build recorded by our system. This allows users to view useful metadata for each build such as file size, SHA, author and the commit it was compiled from.
For furthers details on each build, see our commits log via GitHub.
Installing on Windows
For Windows users, simply extract the compressed file using any decompression software that supports .7z.
Once uncompressed, place your RPCS3 folder in a convenient location to start, such as: C:\Users\Kratos\Desktop\RPCS3\rpcs3.exe
Download dependencies Microsoft Visual C++ 2019 Redistributable
Installing on Linux
For Linux users, RPCS3 is packaged using the AppImage format. To run, execute chmod a+x ./rpcs3-*_linux64.AppImage && ./rpcs3-*_linux64.AppImage
Download AppImage using CLI wget --content-disposition https://rpcs3.net/latest-appimage or curl -JLO https://rpcs3.net/latest-appimage
Compile on Arch using AUR git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/rpcs3-git.git && cd rpcs3-git && makepkg -sri
Installing on macOS
For macOS users, simply open the downloaded .DMG file and drag and drop the RPCS3 app into your applications folder when prompted.
Once installed, your RPCS3 application directory will be found in: ~/Library/Application Support/rpcs3/dev_hdd0/home/00000001/savedata/
Installing on FreeBSD
For FreeBSD users, RPCS3 supports active FreeBSD 13 and FreeBSD 12 versions.
Install as a package pkg install rpcs3
Compile using ports cd /usr/ports/emulators/rpcs3/ && make install clean
Downloading the website source allows you to clone, fork or contribute any enhancements via GitHub. RPCS3.net is licensed under the GNU General Public License v2.0. Its core developed and maintained by DAGINATSUKO, while the compatibility database is developed and maintained by Ani.
Press Kit and Documentation
Our press kit is an amalgamation of all of the assets previewed on the branding page and more in a single package. It enables those who wish to promote the project and its development through high-quality digital media. We provide high-resolution assets such as our logo in 3 iterations, our supported operating systems, supported CPU and GPU hardware, rendering backends and much more.
All information found in the documentation section was obtained by collecting and reviewing data from various sources around the web.