Orbital emulator for Android
Orbital is an virtualization-based PS4 emulator and debugger project written in Java for Android compatible with mobile devices.
The first and the only legit emulator which allows you to play Play Station 4 games on Android OS smartphones.
It uses Arm 64 architecture as its back-end API renderers and runs most of the PS4 exclusives on high-end machines.
There will be frequent updates which you can grab from the download section.
The current state of Orbital at booting decrypted kernels can be followed in the issue tracker: both PS4 4.55 and PS4 5.00 have been tested. You can also get occasional updates and news via Telegram.
Orbital supports multiple input gaming devices.
You can even use mouse input for first-person-shooter games. PS4 controllers have plug and play support on Orbital emulator.
This product is not affiliated with, nor authorized, endorsed or licensed in any way by Sony Corporation, its affiliates or subsidiaries.
Play Station game software sold separately.
All individual game screen shots or audio that are simulated by this software are property of their respective copyright holders and are only used in this app listing for the purpose of informing the customer of the software’s functionality.
PS4 is based on Arm 64 architecture so Orbital runs natively on Android systems by taking advantage of hardware-assisted virtualization.
- CPU: octa-core 2.0 GHz
- RAM: 6 GB minimim (8 GB recommended)
- OS: Android 9 (or above)
- Storage: 64 MB+
This app is currently in Alpha, so more support is being added in each update.
Orbital features an auto-updater which will prompt you if you want to update after loading the emulator.
You can either accept, deny or disable updates all together if you wish, though it is not recommended due to the volume of fixes that roll out each day.
- Orbital emulator for Android: orbital-latest.apk
This software is also available on the following devices:
- Open this link on your browser and download BIOS file: https://www.xevod.com/download-category/bios/
- Move the BIOS file (part 1 and part 2) on the following directory in your device: /android/data/com.cobesoft.build22/bios/ (if this folder doesn’t exist please create it)
- Open this link on your browser and download Data file: https://www.xevod.com/download-category/data/
- Move the Data .obb file (part 1 and part 2) on the following directory in your device: /android/data/com.cobesoft.build22/data/
- Launch the app