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The latest Resident Evil hit the Mac App Store

According to 9to5mac, the Resident Evil Village game has been released in the App Store for Apple computers built on the basis of Apple Silicon single-chip systems.

Back in June at WWDC 2022, Apple announced that the new Metal 3 API in macOS Ventura would enable a new category of Mac games. One of the first games to take advantage of this technology is Resident Evil Village. It’s a AAA title that was made for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X. According to Apple, games like Resident Evil Village can now run seamlessly on Mac thanks to the combination of Metal 3 and its MetalFX upscaling feature, as well as the power of the chips Apple Silicon.

Resident Evil Village requires a Mac with an Apple M1 SoC or newer SoC in this family. This means the game won’t work with any Intel-based Mac, not even a 2019 Mac Pro. According to users who have already had the opportunity to play the new game, it works fine on a MacBook Pro with an M1 Pro chip and quite well on an M1 MacBook Air. The project runs on a MacBook Pro 16 with an M1 Pro chip at 1440p at a steady 60 fps, while the MacBook Air M1 runs the game at medium-high settings at Full HD resolution and 30 fps.

Resident Evil Village is offered for $40. The arrival of the game on Mac coincides with the release of the new Winters Expansion expansion, which will be available soon for macOS users.

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