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This article is about the emulation of a console or deprecated PC platform on Windows, macOS (OS X), or Linux.
|Windows||March 23, 2002|
|Linux||March 23, 2002|
- Uses high-level emulation.
- Open-source and is still actively developed.
- Requires a PS2 BIOS that can be ripped from the console.
- Over 97% of PS2 games are considered playable.
- PCSX2 Nightly Builds (Windows)
- Nightly builds are highly recommended, as they have more features and bugfixes than the stable releases.
- PCSX2 Daily Launchpad (Linux)
- No Auto Updater. Check fix below.
Configuration file(s) location
Save game data location
|4K Ultra HD|
|Field of view (FOV)|
|Borderless fullscreen windowed|
|Anisotropic filtering (AF)|
|Vertical sync (Vsync)|
|60 FPS and 120+ FPS|
|Keyboard and mouse||State||Notes|
|Mouse input in menus|
|Mouse Y-axis inversion|
|Separate volume controls|
|Mute on focus lost|
The Emulator can be played with the VR Driver vorpx.
Note:PCSX2 is not listed on the official vorpx game list but has a profile on the factory profile list. 3D is not confirmed yet.You may follow the discussion in the vorpx forum on how this is developing.
No Auto Updater
|Use Simple PCSX2 Updater|
|Operating system (OS)||Windows 8.1 or newer (32 or 64 bit)||Windows 10 (64 bit)|
|System memory (RAM)||4 GB||8 GB|
|Hard disk drive (HDD)|
|Video card (GPU)|| GeForce GTX 750 |
1 GB of VRAM
DirectX 10 compatible
|GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
4 GB of VRAM
DirectX 11 compatible
- System requirements vary depending on the game. Some are vastly more demanding than others, such as those that require mip-mapping enabled.
- Many games have bugs or glitches that require certain settings to fix. Check the compatibility list for more information.