CCP Games announced today that the popular MMORPG Eve Online is now playable on both Intel and M1 Macs, thanks to the release of a new Mac client.

For those unfamiliar with Eve Online, it’s a large-scale, long-running, free-to-play online space-focused game. It has been free for many years and is monetized by in-app purchases. Since Eve Online has a huge universe, Mac users will be able to play together with Windows players.

Until now Eve Online was only playable on Macs through a compatibility layer like Wine, so the game will be faster, more efficient and smooth. The game offers reduced RAM and power usage, as well as improved graphics and visual effects on Mac. It also has full support for Mac keyboards and mice.

A Mac client has been in testing for a while, and CCP says user feedback on the test server is vital help when trying to implement Mac compatibility. Those who install the latest launcher version will be able to automatically switch from the previous Wine client to the Mac client.

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