|Apr 21, 2012, 01:40 PM||#2|
I haven't tested it on my Air, due to the space requirements of the game.
What I can say so far is that the client seems very optimized.
Everything is rock stable on my PC with all maxed even with tons of people present.
MacBook Air 13" i5 osx10.7.5
HackPro 4.3GHz, 16GB RAM, GTX780GHz Edition, 3x SSD , win7+osx10.9.2
|May 26, 2012, 09:53 PM||#3|
Running it on my MBA 11 (4gb/256gb/i7) and is very playable at native resolution with settings turned to low. Colors/textures are a little drab and "pop-in" is noticeable. But it allows me to do some questing and crafting quite easily.
Tried using a wired xbox controller, but it wasnt my style. Luckily i brought my Logitech Performance MX (which works quite well on the arm of the couch) I should of packed my Belkin Nt52e instead of the xbox controller.
Downloading Aion to see how it runs on the MBA now.
|Jun 4, 2012, 10:08 AM||#4|
I think I remember reading that any computer from the last 4 years will be able to run it, so I would think the HD 3000 will be fine. There are some youtube videos of it running and it looks very good.
I'm waiting for Guild Wars 2 to decide whether or not I will get into Tera. One of those MMOs will own me.
2011 13" MBP/iPhone4S/iPad 2/AppleTV/Gaming PC
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