No Man’s Sky has become available on Mac computers

Last year, at the Apple WWDC 2022 event, Hello Games announced that No Man’s Sky will go to Mac and iPad by the end of the year. Although the flagship game did not see the light last year, it is finally available on Apple’s laptops and desktop computers. A few days ago, the founder of the company Sean Murray published a couple of emoji with an apple on Twitter.

According to Hello Games, No Man’s Sky will be available to Mac from today. The game will present all content updates released over the past seven years, which suggests that the game will be completely ready. If you want to get the game, it is optimized for MAC computers with the Apple Silicon processor and some Mac computers based on Intel.

As mentioned earlier, No Man’s Sky supports a cross-country, allowing MAC users to join players with Xbox 1, Xbox X, SBOX S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and VR. Please note that the game already maintains compatibility with VR, which means that it can be announced for Apple AR bar on Monday at the Apple WWDC 2023 event.

As for performance, No Man’s Sky is optimized for an internal MAC SSD drive, which will accelerate the boot time. Thanks to the support of Metalfx Upscaling and META 3, the game will be able to provide graphic performance at the level of game consoles. In addition, thanks to optimization, the flagship game will consume less energy, which is a significant plus if you want to play the game on the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro.

As for the availability, No Man’s Sky will be available for free for users who have already downloaded the game through Steam. The game is available on computers Apple Silicon Mac Mini, IMAC, Mac Studio, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. As for the MAC computers based on Intel, the game will be available on cars with the Intel Core i5 processor with 8 GB of RADEN memory and the Radeon Pro 570x 4 GB and 20 GB of memory video card and a video card. You can download No Man’s Sky via Steam right now, and in the near future the game will appear on the Mac App Store.