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PS3 PC emulator RPCS3 boosts the performance of Killzone 2/3 and SSX


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 The latest update to the RPCS3 emulator, PC's best PlayStation 3 emulator, has been updated to deliver higher framerates and better player experiences within a wide range of PS3 titles. 

 

The headline feature of RPCS3's latest update is the emulator's restructured shader cache code, which has enabled higher framerates on titles like Killzone 2, Killzone 3 and SSX. These code changes allow for higher framerates in games with very high texture uploads and long draw call setup times. This means that not all PS3 titles will see large framerates increased thanks to this update. The RPCS3 developer kd-11 pioneered this change. 

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