New PS3 Emulator Might Arrive; Experts Claim It Can Make Retro Game Access Easier

The new PS3 emulator might arrive as rumors claim Sony is looking for experts to work on this new video game console accessory.

New PS3 Emulator Might Arrives;  Experts Claim It Can Make Retro Game Access Easier

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A member of the general public plays the new Sony PlayStation 3 at the Sony PlayStation 3 Launch Party at the Sony Style Store on November 16, 2006 in New York City. Sony people 400 people to purchase the new Sony PlayStation 3 at the party.

For those unfamiliar with the so-called emulator, it is a gadget that imitates a video game console. It specifically acts as additional hardware that you can use to play various titles.

Now, an emulator specifically for PlayStation 3 might be developed by Sony. If you are one of the interested users, here’s what you can expect from the new PS3 emulator.

New PS3 Emulator Might Arrives

According to Metro UK’s latest report, the rumored PS3 emulator can remove the need for cloud streaming when accessing retro games for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 5.

New PS3 Emulator Might Arrives;  Experts Claim It Can Make Retro Game Access Easier

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The newly presented Sony Playstation PS3 ‘Slim’ is seen during the ‘gamescom’, Europe’s biggest trade fair for interactive games and entertainment on August 19, 2009 in Cologne, Germany. The inaugural gamescom in Cologne is a five-day games expo for consumers and trade.

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As of writing, Sony’s fans are relying on the company’s PlayStation Plus premium tier to play their favorite iconic titles.

This subscription service already offers some retro PlayStation 1 and PS2 video games. But, critics stated that the tech giant manufacturer would expand its PlayStation Plus game library soon.

But, it seems like gamers will have another option even before PlayStation Plus receives old PS3 titles. Of course, you still need to take this detail with a grain of salt since Sony hasn’t confirmed its arrival.

Sony Looks for Software Dev Engineer

GamesRadar reported that Sony is looking for a software development engineer to work for its new PS3 emulator. But, is this job opening really for the development of the new video game console emulator?

Experts stated that the individual would likely work on the new PS3 emulator since Sony said that interested applicants would focus on supporting the relaunching of Classics for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

“Classic games run via emulation of legacy PlayStation platforms. As a Classics engineer, you would work closely with a group of other engineers, producers, and QA teams to fix bugs, add new features, and develop new emulators,” said Sony via its official LinkedIn post.

Meanwhile, Sony confirmed that PlayStation is skipping Gamescom 2022.

On the other hand, two new PlayStation PC game releases were leaked.

For more news updates about the upcoming PS3 emulator and other new products from Sony, always keep your tabs open here at TechTimes.

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