To emulate PS2 games on personal computer the choice is usually PCSX2, as it receives constant updates even today. On Android, the choice gets tricky, as DamonPS2 is a controversial paid emulator, while RetroArch is nowhere near ready to meet the needs of most retrogamers.
AetherSX2 is a new PS2 emulator that is currently in closed alpha phase, but lead developer Tahlreth reveals what we can expect.
AetherSX2 is a PS2 emulator for Android with a great pedigree
Tahlreth is working on the Android PS2 emulator in his spare time, however the core code for AetherSX2 comes from a major PC-based emulator with full support from his existing development team and is based on LGPL emulation work. free already tested and open. source.
As the main code comes from an existing and highly developed PS2 emulator, the alpha version of AetherSX2 already looks very promising.
The PS2 emulator is compatible with MediaTek, Samsung and Qualcomm chipsets, although the latter will perform better and obviously the high-end ones will produce the best results, but this emulator should be able to meet the expectations of even those who do not have a smartphone. .premium. An open beta is expected to launch before the end of the year, however the name of the app may change.
YouTuber Taki Udon has made a video of the AetherSX2 emulator in action on various Android smartphones with different chipsets and shows that even mid-range devices are capable of delivering a satisfying experience.
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