YouTube channel ‘ZeroX’ published a gameplay video of Red Dead Redemption running with a modified version of the Playstation 3 emulator, RPCS3.

As you can see in the video, the game runs at 25-30 FPS with some occasional drops to 20 FPS (as it usually happens in the original version), but the game is playable with this build. With other emulator builds and less powerful processors, the game barely managed to reach 10-15 FPS. And yes, Red Dead Redemption can be played from start to finish with RPCS3.

Of course, achieving such a feat is not for everyone, since ZeroX has used Intel’s new Core-i9 9900K coupled with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070.

There are still some minor glitches to correct and other general aspects of the emulation need improvements, but those with a powerful processor like the Core-i9 can now enjoy Red Dead Redemption without any problems.

You can download the modified build of the emulator with the settings to play Red Dead Redemption on this link.

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