Xbox Series has been one of the major production from Microsoft apart from Windows 10. But not everyone can afford the newly launched consoles or simply it is not available to purchase due to high demand and less supply.
Those looking to play Xbox games, not on Xbox, must be familiar with a small software called “Xemu”, the Xbox emulator. The latest news is that the emulator has received a new update that improves it’s audio and graphics emulation.
The below video shows the new features of “Xemu” in detail:
“Xemu v0.5 has been released! This marks another major milestone in the project. In addition to a host of graphics improvements, fixes to enable broader BIOS compatibility, and general usability improvements: preliminary audio support has been added!”
The Features are:
The source code is publicly available. Users are invited to help improve the project!
Xemu runs natively on Windows, macOS, and Linux platforms. Pre-compiled binaries are available for Windows, macOS, and Ubuntu.
Networking is supported out of the box. Connect to other instances of Xemu and even real Xboxes, locally or over the Internet.
Built on SDL2, Xemu supports virtually all gamepads. Connect up to 4 controllers at any time, just like a real Xbox.
Snapshots (Save States)
No need to wait for checkpoints. Xemu supports saving the current state and loading it back up at any time.