Xbox Series X | S allows you to emulate PS1 games in 4K, here’s the video

Over the last few hours a video has been published on YouTube that shows in detail the potential of the emulator compatible with Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, which allows you to play the classics of the first PlayStation even at 4K resolution.

The software in question takes the name of DuckStation and works very well on the latest consoles of the Redmond giant, which are able to make old games work by increasing graphics quality and resolution. Among the titles tested in the video that you find at the opening are the first Gran Turismo, Silent Hill, Tekken 3 and Tomb Raider and, as you can see in the upper right corner, the framerate is quite stable. To make it even more interesting is the support for 4K resolution also available on Xbox Series S, the small console of the latest generation that traditionally does not exceed 1440p (or 2K).

It should be noted that this cannot be reproduced in any way on a traditional Xbox Series X | S, since this kind of procedure is only allowed to developers who have transformed their Microsoft gaming machine into a dev kit. We would also like to specify that the entire staff of Everyeye condemns piracy in all its forms. The goal of the news is not to encourage this practice, but solely to show the progress made in the development of this type of software.

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