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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by acastic, Oct 27, 2016.
has anyone tried playing Civilization 6 on their MacBook? If so, how did it play?
They would've had to use Boot Camp. There (frustratingly) isn't even a date announced for MacOS.
Aspyr released the mac version a few days ago
I'm curious about this as well.
A friend on a Surface Pro 4 was able to run it, so at least it behaves okay with the 520 GPU.
I did try Final Fantasy X on a core m7 Windows laptop, and it seems to run fine and low setting. Of course,Civ 6 would have higher requirements, but I'm quite surprised that the Core m GPU can do it.
To my delight, I was wrong.
Is like to know if it runs on a MB as well. Who's gonna bite the bullet and test it out?
I've only played 10 minutes so far but seems to work fine. A little delay waiting for turns but don't think it's an issue with the macbook speed.
Which MB do you have? thanks
early 2015 macbook retina 12 inch, 1.1 ghz core m
Very interesting. Thanks. Looks like I might give Civ a go.
On my 2015 m5 Macbook, at minimum settings (like no shadows and everything) at 800p, it ran the benchmark at 13fps. That sounds bad, but if you play with a small map, it's surprisingly playable. Apparently people are getting twice the framerates with bootcamp, so maybe installing windows might be worth it (But i can't justify spending another hundred dollars on a windows license just for cviv 6)