Vita3K is the world’s first functional PlayStation Vita emulator that can be used with Valve’s new Steam Deck handheld console to enjoy many different games previously only available on the Sony PS Vita handheld console. Originally developed as an experimental open source PlayStation Vita emulator for Windows and Linux, the purpose of the emulator is not to allow illegal activity, but to run both commercial and home games, as long as you have the original. Vita3K is distributed under the GPLv2 license. This is largely dictated by external dependencies, most notably Unicorn.
“Yes, you heard that right, a PS Vita emulator running on Steam Deck! So, in this video we’re going to take a look at Vitra3K on the Valve Steam deck. Yes, it’s a real emulator that runs on Windows and Linux, but it’s still a little early, they do have a large list of games to play for the PlayStation Vita, new ones are always being added now! “
PS Vita emulator running on Steam Deck
“The emulator is currently undergoing a big change to its backend that greatly improves compatibility with games. This compatibility list no longer reflects the state of the emulator, and anyone interested in the emulator is encouraged to retest their games with the latest builds of the emulator every few weeks to keep compatibility reports up to date. The project is at an early stage, so be careful when opening new releases. Expect crashes, glitches, low compatibility, and poor performance.”
For a complete list of compatible games you’re complaining about using the Sony PS Vita emulation on Valve Steam Deck, visit the Vita3K website using the link below for a comprehensive list of what can and can’t be played.
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