How to Install Emulator Playstation 4

Emulator Playstation 4 – Tutorial Install and Setting

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How to Install & Setting Emulator Playstation 4 Latest Version

The Playstation 4 (PS4) emulator is currently much sought after, especially for gamers who don’t have the console. The best way is to use an emulator to be able to play PS4 games on a computer or laptop. Especially now that the Emulator Playstation 4 continues to grow by making several fix updates, so that some bugs have been fixed. An advancement because now all PS4 exclusive Games can be played on Windows, Mac OS, or Linux smoothly.

 

 

Must be Considered Emulator Playstation 4

There are several things that must be considered before starting to install the Playstation 4 including:

  • Specifications must be sufficient so as not to lag
  • Requires more space to save Game
  • The size of the game is large, some even reach hundreds of GB
  • Always check the Game Title whether the PC version is released or not because if there is a PC version there is no need to use an Emulator. Games that are released on a PC are certainly easier and more compatible to install.
  • Always check the Emulator Version to always use the Latest Version
  • Make some changes to Settings in case of Lag

 

✽ Minimum Specifications Windows

Operating System: Windows Xp, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 11
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.2 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.0 GHz
CPU Type: 32bit (86bit) or 64bit
Memory RAM: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce or ATI Radeon X1300
Hard Drive: 3 GB available space

 


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✽ Minimum Specifications Mac OS for Play {VCSW} Games

Operating System: Apple MacOS, Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra / High Sierra, Mojave, Catalina, Big Sur, Monterey
CPU Type : 32/64-bit(Intel Core Duo CPU, 2GHz or faster recommended)
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Disk Space : 1 GB Free Disk Space

 

✽ Minimum Specifications Android/iOs for Play {VCSW} Games

Memory RAM: 2 GB RAM
Memory ROM : 1 GB Free Disk Space

 

 

Steps to Install and Setting Emulator Playstation 4

1. Visit the PCSX4 Official Site or use Github to get Open Source. The goal is that you get the latest and updated version.

2. You will get a file with RAR extension, use Winrar or 7Zip to open it. Extract until a folder containing many files appears, then look for the Setup file

3. Install the Playstation 4 Emulator, then Open the Application. If a notification appears with a red mark, just select Continue.

4. After that open the PS4 Emulator then you do the settings on the Config menu:

  • Graphics select 14280×729
  • Renderer using Direct3D11
  • Aspect Ratio select 16:9
  • Then check all for the Texture Filtering, Vsync, Shadows, and Distortion sections. If you have clicked Save
  • For Sound and Controller you can just adjust it because it is set by Default. But if it feels lacking or maybe there is no sound, try changing the settings.

5. Then you go to the File menu > ISO Files to enter Playstation 4 Game Roms. If you don’t have one, you should search on Google, there are many Roms sites that share PS4 games there.

 

Trick Setting Emulator Playstation 4 No Lag

     

 

The size of PS4 games is quite large, up to tens or even hundreds of gigabytes. For experiments, you should just choose a game with a small size, if the emulator feels right, you can immediately use the game you want.

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