PS3 |  Group of developers recovers the multiplayer mode of several PS3 video games without Internet support

A group of iconic video game developers and fans from PlayStation 3 such as MotorStorm or Warhawk, whose servers were shut down by Sony long ago, he has managed to recover them using an emulator with which multiplayer can be reactivated.

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Is about PS Online Network Emulated, known as PSONE, a group of gamers who have managed to regain access to some PlayStation games that are no longer in use due to the fact that Sony stopped hosting them on their servers.

To be able to access these titles, you just have to change the DNS server of the PlayStation 3 to a new IP. First, the user must access the Tools panel and access the Internet Connection Settings menu and activate the Custom option.

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The first field of the DNS must include the number and in the second, o After that, the MTU automatic mode should be selected. Next, it activates ‘Do not use’ in the Proxy server and choose ‘Enable’ UPnP.

Through Twitter, this non-profit organization has announced that it is working on recovering some titles, among which are MotorStorm, Calling All Cars! y Resistance: Fall of Man.

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In addition, among some of the games that he has managed to recover to activate the multiplayer mode, there are Warhawk, Socom Confrontation, Twisted Metal Black y WipeOut, as stated on its website.



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