RPCS3 is under steady development and the binaries we produce are highly experimental. System requirements may vary depending on your hardware configuration. For the best experience, users should be running within the recommended system requirements. We cannot guarantee the performance of system specifications below the minimum requirements, but you're always welcome to experiment. Do not expect stable performance or consistent compatibility as changes are always being made to the codebase.
If you come across any regressions upon a new release, please be sure to report your findings on our forum. See Quickstart for more information.
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 compiled build recorded by our system as well as view useful metadata for each build such as file size, SHA, author and the commit it was compiled from.
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
For BSD users, RPCS3 supports active FreeBSD 12.1 and FreeBSD 11.3 production versions.
Install as a package pkg install rpcs3
Compile using ports cd /usr/ports/emulators/rpcs3/ && make install clean
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