This PS5 EMULATOR is source project for Windows, Mac, iOS & Android.


This page will show you how to download PS5 EMULATOR for free.


This is an open-source experimental PS5 Emulator project written in C++ for Windows and macOS (and Android & iOS). The first and the only emulator which allows you to play PS5 games on both PC & Mac. It uses OpenGL, Vulkan and DirectX 12 as its back-end API renderers and runs most of the PS5 exclusives on high-end machines with some glitches as it is still in beta.

Where to download PS5 games from?

PS5Emux is connected to its own server with a database where some of the most popular PS5 games are uploaded on.
You can download games from inside the emulator Games section. Once you start downloading desired game, it will download in a background while emulator is running. Just leave it open, and then a game will be saved into the PS5Emux’ installation folder of your PC.

Is it possible to run PS4 games on PS5Emux?

Yes it is. PS5Emux is able to run all PlayStation consoles’ games: PS4, PS3, PS2 & PS1. Most popular games of every platform are able to download from our server, which is accessible from Games section inside PS5Emux. For less popular games, you will have to download them from internet and manually add them as an image file (.ISO) into the emulator. Check out the Help section inside PS5Emux which describes how to do this in detail.

Can I connect my PSN account with the emulator?

Yes you can. Inside PS5Emux’ PSN section you will be able to login to the PlayStation Network and use your existing PSN account while playing games, receive trophies, chat with friends etc. Just as you use it on the PS5 console.

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System Requirements

Windows System Requirements

Operation System (OS): Windows 7, 8.1, 10 (64-bit)
CPU: 2.4 GHz dual core or better
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 / GTX 1660

MacOS System Requirements

Operation System (OS): MAC
MacBook Pro: late-2016 or newer with dedicated GPU
Mac Pro: late-2013 or newer
iMac Pro: late-2017 or newer
iMac: mid-2017 or newer


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