Virtualization Technology needed for video game development on Windows 10 Visual Studio

xWhiplash

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Does Parallels connect nicely with the GPU of the Mac hardware in order to develop games using Visual Studio for Windows? I am not talking about Crysis or GTA 5 level of graphics needed. I would prefer to do most of my development in a virtual machine instead of rebooting in Bootcamp. I like to create all my artwork, sound effects and music in macOS so constantly rebooting would be a bad idea.

Which virtualization software would be best for the best access to GPU performance?
 

Mikael H

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There really are only two proper choices on the Mac: VMware Fusion, and Parallells. The choice basically boils down to how much you want to pay and whether you already have a VMware vSphere environment you regularly attach to. Both should have free trial versions.
 

sputnikBA

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