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Play Baldur’s Gate 3 on Mac: The full version is coming sooner than you thought

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And that’s before an Xbox version.

Baldur’s Gate 3 is the surprise hit of the year. You have been able to explore the role-playing game on the PC since August, followed by the PS5 version at the beginning of September.

In a few days Baldur’s Gate 3 will also leave Early Access on Mac.

Then the game comes to Mac

Yesterday, Wednesday, Larian Studios, the developer behind Baldur’s Gate 3, announced that the third patch for the game will be released on September 21.

Then you can play Baldur’s Gate 3 on Mac: Along with the latest patch, the role-playing game will be supported as a full version on Mac.

Since the game supports cross-saves, it is expected that you will be able to transfer characters from other systems to the Mac version.

Apple and Gaming

The company wants to build more on gaming in the future. Apple has already released a toolkit to game developers so they can adapt their games for Mac

Gaming was also a topic at the keynote on 12 September. The new generation of iPhones, especially the powerful Pro and Pro Max variants are expected to support AAA games.

The following games are on the schedule:

  • Resident Evil 4 Remake
  • Resident Evil Village
  • Assassin’s Creed Mirage 
  • Death Stranding

In one week you will be able to explore the world of Baldur’s Gate 3 on the Mac. This is when the third patch for the game will be released, unlocking the full version for Apple computers. Are you already playing on your PC or console? Will you download the Mac version? Do you believe in a gaming future for Apple?


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