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RPCS3 es un emulador de Playstation 3 multiplataforma y de código abierto, escrito en C++, para Windows y Linux.

Requisitos de hardware

Los requisitos de hardware para ejecutar el emulador varían según su configuración actual. A continuación, enumeramos los requisitos de hardware mínimos y recomendados. Para obtener la mejor experiencia, los usuarios deben ejecutar dentro de los requisitos recomendados. No podemos garantizar el rendimiento de las especificaciones del sistema por debajo de los requisitos recomendados, pero siempre puede experimentar.

Requisitos recomendados

Para ejecutar todos los títulos jugables a un rendimiento decente para ser jugados:

  • CPU
    • AMD - 6 cores y 12 hilos, 8 cores o más
      • Arquitectura AMD Zen 2 o más nueva
      • AMD Threadripper 1000 y 2000 series no recomendades
    • Intel - 6 cores y 12 hilos, 8 cores o más
      • Arquitectuira Intel Skylake o más nueva
  • GPU
    • AMD - Compatible con Vulkan con soporte para driver activo
      • Arquitectura AMD Polaris, RX 400 series o superior
    • NVIDIA - Compatible con Vulkan con soporte para driver activo
      • Arquitectura NVIDIA Maxwell, GTX 900 series o más nuevas
  • RAM
    • 8 GB de RAM dual-channel o más
    • Memoria dual-channel es altamente recomendable por encima de la de un solo canal.
  • Almacenamiento
    • Almacenamiento SSD para los datos del emulador, y SSD o HDD para almacenar los juegos
      • 512 MB para los datos base del emulador, 5GB para la cache virtual
      • 128 MB para la caché del emulador y los datos de consola del usuario por juego instalado
        • *Recomendación habitual. Algunos juegos quizás requieran más, otros menos.
  • Sistema operativo
    • Windows
      • Windows 10 21H2 o más nuevo, Windows 11 21H2 o más nuevo
    • Linux
      • Linux 5.17 o más nuevo
    • macOS
      • macOS Monterey 12.0 o más nuevo
    • FreeBSD
      • FreeBSD 13.0 o más nuevo


Installing PlayStation 3 firmware files

Due to legal reasons, we cannot distribute official PlayStation 3 firmware files. You must download the latest PlayStation 3 firmware update file from PlayStation.com for use with RPCS3. Once downloaded, you must install the firmware using RPCS3's built in firmware installer found under File > Install Firmware.

By default, firmware modules are loaded automatically based on the PlayStation 3 title that is loaded. You can still override automatic module loading and choose which firmware modules you want to use manually. This is not recommended.

  • For Windows users, save data files can be managed in \dev_hdd0\home\00000001\savedata\
  • For Linux users, save data files can be managed in ~/.config/rpcs3/

Managing PlayStation 3 titles

Due to legal reasons, PlayStation 3 titles cannot be distributed online and must be self-dumped from your own PlayStation 3 console or from your computer using a compatible Blu-ray drive.

Both Blu-ray and PlayStation Network titles (PSN) must be placed into a single folder with their respective files and the folder name must correspond to the title's ID. If you are not sure what your dumped title's region ID is, you can find your region ID on the bottom side-edge of your game case. If you are no longer in possession of your title's game case or your title is only accessible through PSN, you can do an internet search for "Your game name here + region ID". Please note that it is very important that you use the correct region ID. 

Typical layout of a Blu-ray disc title's directory: PS3_GAME folder, PS3_DISC.sfb, PS3_UPDATE folder (not required)

Typical layout of a PSN title's directory: TROPDIR folder, USRDIR folder, ICON0.png, PARAM.sfo, etc

PlayStation 3 title formats

Title IDs that start with a B are Blu-Ray disc titles.

Title IDs that start with a N are PSN titles.

When working with actual title region IDs, the title's region ID will look something similar to this:

Example: BLUS30443 is a US Blu-Ray disc copy of Demon's Souls.

Example: NPEB01393 is a EU PSN copy of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F.

Installing PlayStation 3 titles

.pkg files must be extracted using RPCS3's built-in package installer found under File > Install .pkg (or simply drag and drop .pkg to the main emulator window)

.pkg files will be automatically installed to \dev_hdd0\game\

Blu-ray disc title data can be placed in \dev_hdd0\disc\ or anywhere else except for \dev_hdd0\game\ and can be booted from File > Boot Game if not present on the game list.

PSN title data must be placed in \dev_hdd0\game\

PSN .rap files must be placed in \dev_hdd0\home\00000001\exdata\ (or simply drag and drop them to the main emulator window)

Note: If you're on Linux, RPCS3 folders are located in ~/.config/rpcs3/

Installing PlayStation 3 title updates

Title updates are handled the same as PSN .pkg files. The. pkg update file must be installed using RPCS3's built-in package installer found under File > Install .pkg
The update will be placed in the title folder that corresponds to the correct region ID. Please note that title updates must be the same region in order to work. Cross-mixing title regions may create irreversible damage to the title.

Software Distribution laws in your country

When dumping video game software, users are subject to country-specific software distribution laws. RPCS3 is not designed to enable illegal activity. We do not promote piracy nor do we allow it under any circumstances. Please take the time to review copyright and video game software dumping laws and/or policies for your country before proceeding.

By following these instructions, you will do so at your own discretion. Should you follow these instructions against your local law, we shall not be held responsible for your actions.

Dumping with a PlayStation 3

We recommend that you dump your own PlayStation 3 titles from your own console. This is the most compatible way to migrate your disc-based titles and the only way to dump digital titles to your PC. To do this, you will need a PlayStation 3 system with custom firmware.

For dumping disc-based games, you need to use multiMAN homebrew software in order to dump your disc files. You can transfer those files over to a computer through an external drive or using a FTP connection between your PlayStation 3 and your computer.

Note: The PlayStation 3 has a maximum file size of 4GB. When dumping games which contain files bigger than 4GB, multiMAN will split those files. When you have your dump over on your computer, you must rejoin the split files back together with part merging software such as ps3merge, otherwise the dump won't work.

For dumping digital games, you must copy the game folder from dev_hdd0/game/GameID on your console over to the same path on your RPCS3 folder. You also need to get your console's IDPS, the game's RIF and ACT.DAT, in order to generate a .RAP license file to be used in the emulator.
It is also possible to dump digital content and licenses on any PS3 even without custom firmware, by the way of creating a system backup, and then extracting it with ps3xport software.

Dumping with a Blu-ray drive

You can dump titles using your computer by using select compatible Blu-ray drives. Please note that you can only use this method if a .ird file is available online for the decryption of the disc. Not every Blu-ray drive will recognize PlayStation 3 titles due to how PlayStation 3 format discs are designed. Requirements for a Blu-Ray drive to be able to fully read PlayStation 3 discs are: Mediatek chipset and a +6 read offset.

Compatible Blu-ray disc drives

Here's a compiled list of the known compatible Blu-ray drives that are capable of reading PlayStation format discs for use with your computer.

  • LG Drives 
    • BE16NU50 (External)
    • BH14NS40
    • BH16NS40
    • BH16NS48
    • BH16NS55
    • BH26NS40
    • BP50NB40 (External)
    • BU20N
    • BU40N
    • CH12NS30
    • UH12NS30
    • WH12LS30
    • WH14NS40
    • WH16NS40
    • WH16NS48
    • WH24LS30
    • WH24NS40
    • WH26NS40
    • BH16NS60
  • ASUS Drives 
    • BC-08B1LT
    • BC-12B1ST (Some revisions)
    • BC-12D2HT
    • BC-16D1HT
    • BW-12B1ST
    • BW-16D1HT
  • Samsung Drives 
    • SH-B083L
    • SH-B123L
    • SE-506
    • SE-406
  • LITE-ON Drives 
    • DH-4O1S
    • IHBS112
  • Sony Drives 
    • Optiarc 5300S
    • PS3 BDD with proprietary adapter
  • BenQ Drives 
    • BR1000

One-click easy solution

This is an automated & user-friendly way of getting a decrypted copy of your PlayStation 3 discs. You must possess one of the aforementioned compatible disc drives to complete the disc dumping procedure. Again, this method will not work with standard Blu-ray drives.

PS3 Disc Dumper by 13xforever

  1. Insert a PlayStation 3 format disc title of your choice into your compatible Blu-ray drive.
  2. Run the PS3 Disc Dumper.

Step-by-step disc dumping

In case the easy way didn't work for you, here's a compiled list of the step-by-step instructions we used for dumping disc-based PlayStation 3 titles.

How to:

  1. Insert a PlayStation 3 format disc title of your choice into your compatible Blu-ray drive.
  2. Create the .iso image using an .iso dumping program of your choosing, e.g. ImgBurn or IsoBuster.
  3. Use jonnysp.bplaced.net to download the appropriate .ird file that matches your title ID. If there isn't an .ird file that matches your title ID, you cannot use this method to dump your selected PlayStation 3 disc at this time.
  4. Be sure to check the title ID in case there is a different edition of that title. e.g. Uncharted 2 Game of the Year Edition. You must use the correct .ird with the same title ID, otherwise it won't work. (Example: .ird file for Demon's Souls US disc doesn't work with Demon's Souls EU disc).
  5. Using PS3 ISO Patcher, select the matching .iso and .ird files, then press Patch to apply the decryption keys to the .iso file.
  6. Using 3K3Y IsoTools press Decrypt button and select the .iso with patched-in decryption keys. This will produce decrypted .dec.iso file.
  7. Optionally, validate that you have successfully obtained the correct copy of your game. 
    • You will need to install PS3 ISO Rebuilder tool from jonnysp.bplaced.net 
    • Load your .dec.iso file and your .ird file in the program and let it verify the dump. All of your files must be either Valid or Not required.
  8. In 3K3Y ISO Tools, use the Tools drop-down menu to select ISO > Extract ISO and then select the decrypted .iso file to extract its files.
    • Another option is to use 7-zip or any other software that is capable of extracting .iso images.
  9. You are now able to use the extracted .iso files with RPCS3.

by Nekotekina & kd-11.

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