If you want to play PS4 games but you no longer have the console in your hands, the Spine emulator has released an amazing new version.
Playing PS4 on Linux is now possible with the new Spine
With it is possible to play PS4 games on PC, all thanks to a new version released after many months of waiting.
The emulator was announced on YouTube in January 2019, and while it isn’t the only one out there, Spine is now available for public use, being quite easy to use on Linux. Another announced simulator, PCSX4, turned out to be a scam.
However, it should be noted that while Spine can run PS4 games, it may not be the same experience nor support all titles (especially triple-A titles). The spine is billed as an emulator for indie games, and while some games may not fall into that category, we’re talking about a large collection available.
At Kotaku they comment:
Its game library was updated on September 1. There are hundreds of new games and the developer promised additional titles in the future.
Spine, as an emulator, only includes a platform to play, games will have to be searched separately in the wide world of the Internet (always try to respect legal rights to avoid problems). The game developers themselves may sell the ROMs so that their games can have more outlets in the international market.
You can try it out at wololo.net