PlayStation 5 emulators
|Type||Home video game console|
The PlayStation 5 (PS5) is a home video game console developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Announced in 2018 as the successor to the PlayStation 4, the PS5 was released by Sony on November 12, 2020, in most countries.
The platform launched in two varieties: a base model with an Ultra HD Blu-ray-compatible optical disc drive that retailed for $499 and a Digital Edition lacking this drive that retailed for $399, serving as a lower-cost variant for consumers who prefer to buy games through digital download.
The console’s architecture is very similar to that of a PS4, so a PS4 emulator may support PS5 in the future, similar to how Dolphin supports Wii while originally being a GameCube emulator.
THERE ARE CURRENTLY NO EMULATORS FOR THIS CONSOLE THAT CAN RUN COMMERCIAL GAMES.
|PC / x86|
- A compatibility layer for the PS4 and PS5 by InoriRus, the creator of Short Waves. It's in the early stages of development. Can boot some lightweight PS4 games and PS5 homebrews with graphical output.
|PS4 Save File Transfer||✗|
|Tempest Engine 3D audio technology||✗|
|Controller's haptic feedback||✗|
|Controller's speaker support||✗|
|DS Edge's Back Buttons mapping||✗|
|Pulse 3D wireless headset||✗|
|Rock Band peripherals||✗|