XEO3 is the Xbox 360 and Original Xbox emulator executable for the Xbox One/Series's ERA partition.
|Select the JIT compiler (default option)
|Select the interpreter
|Specify host path for simulated DVD
|Specify host path for simulated Flash Filesystem
|Specify host path for simulated Hard disk
|Specify host path for simulated memory unit 0
|Specify host path for simulated memory unit 1
|Specify host path for write logging files
|Enable data gathering for test pass
-msaa [on or off]
|Enable/disable multisample anti-aliasing (default is enabled)
|Run in full screen mode
|Enable XMA emulation via CMODEL or Hardware
|Specify host path to the guest kernel binary
|Specify host path to the guest hypervisor data blob
- xboxkrnlce.exe and .hvdata can be found in the Flash folder of a Backwards Compat game's XVC. Version 17003 has leaked publicly.
- The emulated Xbox 360 does not display a serial number.
- If a BC Game is deployed in Dev Mode, the XDK's Xbox Console Manager (The GDK dropped this functionality) can be used to capture kernel debug logging from the emulated kernel, when launching the game from the Console Manager.
XEO3, known as emu.exe, was first located by TitleOS who dumped it from a plaintext XVDP of eratools captured from a Xbox Live update before releasing it via Twitter.