With the next-gen right around the corner, people have trying to find a PS4 emulator that works on PC to download for free without major issues for a while now, since the library of exclusives such as BloodBorne, Red Dead Redemption and The Last of Us has been expanding since the very start of a console. We’ve been hard at work trying to reverse-engineer the tech behind the console, and even though it’s not 100% perfect yet, we, too, have been getting better at getting these cool games to work remotely, regardless of what kind of architecture people may have.
Our GM Emulator (short for Game Master) is a fantastic way of preserving today’s gems for future generations, and due to our ability to stream the game to your device, you should be able to play PS4 games on PC, whether it be on laptop or a desktop computer. The best thing about this PS4 emulator is that you don’t require any downloads (besides the emulator), since the games are all online on our servers. Something that you might not have known is that consoles have been a thing since way back in 1972, and the first emulators appeared in the mid-1990s, since this was the first point where computers were strong enough to emulate the hardware of the various consoles. Even though there have been many consoles over the years, such as the obscure Sega SG-100, Neo-Geo CD and the Nuon, we are all familiar with the classics such as the NES, Sega Genesis and the Playstation 1. For some of us, they were a pretty big part of our childhood, and continue being a way to relax on the weekend or when we catch a break.
That is exactly the reason why we’ve decided to make the GM emulator, as not only will it make consoles a part of history, but also be able to preserve games for future generations. So, if you’re itching to get started on some Playstation classics, connect to the server and run the game you want.
Is it possible to play PS4 games on the PC without a PlayStation 4?
So, how do you play PS4 games on the PC or a laptop? As I’ve already explained, we already have a selection of games for the system that you need to unlock. Each game has a password which you can get on our site.
Our current list of games includes Nba 2k20, Rocket League, Fortnite, Crash Bandicoot Trilogy, Apex Legends, Need For Speed, Fifa 20, Spider-Man, GTA V, Minecraft, Madden NFL 20, Final Fantasy VIII Remastered, Crash Team Racing – Nitro Fueled, God of War 4, and Call of Duty Modern Warfare.
You may notice that some of these games are already on PC, such as GTA and FIFA, but what the vast majority of them don’t offer is cross-play, which will enable you to play with your friends at no cost to you.
Also, games such as the Crash Bandicoot trilogy have that sweet tint of nostalgia when played on the original system, and emulating it is the best way to play if you don’t have a PS4 yourself. But let’s not kid ourselves, the thing about any console game is that the prices really rarely, if ever, drop, so building a worthwhile collection is a big challenge for every gamer. That’s why wherever we take a look at the Playstation store, we are thunderstruck at their gall to charge such high prices. If you don’t believe us, go to their website right now and check their prices. Once you’re done with that, come back here and enjoy all the free gaming you’ll ever want.
First of all, you will need to connect your controller to the computer, and if you don’t know how to do that, we’re gonna give you a quick rundown: You can either connect it directly via USB cable, or you can connect it wirelessly. Sony have released a Bluetooth dongle for their controllers, but we’ve found that you can attach any kind of bluetooth dongle and it will work without a hitch. The Playstation 4 emulator for the PC is going to recognize the device and take you to the settings menu. Setting it up is as easy as clicking a button on the screen, clicking the corresponding button on your controller, and saving the settings. The best thing about the PS4 emulator is that it supports 4 controllers at the same time, so you’ll be able to play 2v2 matches with your friends. Heck, you could even have a laptop with another GM emulator to the side and play 4v4 if you have the controllers to do so.
Once you’re done with that, there are some other options you can choose such as the resolution of the screen, the aspect ratio and the texture quality. Now, you’ve gotta be wondering why we used the texture quality setting and why it can be changed, but the thing is that some online games such as Fortnite and Apex Legends reduce the amount of foliage when these settings are lowered, so you’ll have a slight competitive over your opponents if you’re playing online.
If you’re still unclear on how everything should work, we’ll link a video tutorial for you to take a look at. If you’re still stuck, let us know in the comments and we’ll help you solve your issue as soon as possible. Remember that PS4 emulation is still in its infancy, so glitches are not only expected, but unavoidable, so all feedback helps. Keep on rocking and stay updated on our progress!