Play PS1 games on Xbox Series X, and support native 4K 60fps output


    The PlayStation 1 emulator DuckStation has been launched for a long time, but recently it has been ported to the Xbox Series X | S console, so that Xbox Series X | S console players can play directly on the latest Xbox series console without having to purchase another device. PS1 game. It is worth mentioning that the DuckStation has excellent performance after transplantation, and it can still run PS1 games at 60fps native 4K specifications.

    Recently, Youtuber Modern Vintage Gamer released a video to show you how to install DuckStation on the Xbox console. In the process of its demonstration, you can also see that DuckStation allows players to turn on the effects of true color rendering and texture filtering, which is almost the same as the original device.

    It is worth mentioning that, basically, the game will run at the original frame rate by default to prevent accidents, so the game was not designed to run at 60fps. But the Youtuber explained that DuckStation just overclocked the virtual CPU so that the game can run at 60fps.

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