The Kyty PlayStation4/PlayStation 5 Emulator version 0.1.0 is ready and can already run some games
PS5 emulation could be on the horizon
Published: 31st May 2022 | Source: KyTy - Github |
The Kyty PS5/PS4 Emulator can already run some commercial games
A new emulator called Kyty has become available on Github, an emulator that is designed to run both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 software on Windows 10, and it is already able to run some games.
Kyty is an emulator that is in an early stage of development, with developer InoriRus reporting that the emulator can already be used to play some simple PlayStation 4 games. That said, these games can only be played at low framerates at this time, with occasional graphics issues and crashes. For an early emulator, these results are impressive.
Right now, Kyty is available as version 0.1.0, and the emulator lacks graphics support for PlayStation 5 software, Audio input/output support, MP4 video, Networking, and multiplayer. As mentioned before, this emulator is in its early stages of development, and these features should arrive to Kyty in time.
A YouTuber called BrutalSam has already used this emulator to play Worms W.M.D. You can see gameplay below for the game using Kyty, highlighting that the game runs, but at a unplayably low framerate and game speed. In time, Kyty's emulation speed should increase and emulation accuracy should improve.
More information about kyty is available on Github.
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