Since Apple has talked about a lot of content, and the new MacBook Air and the new-generation self-developed chip M2 equipped on it have attracted the attention of most people, few people have noticed Apple’s change in attitude towards games. In the past many years, although games can be played on Macs, the situation has only changed with the development of Apple’s self-developed chip program because game developers generally rarely ported games to macOS.
In a subsequent official release, Apple confirmed that No Man’s Sky will be coming to Mac and iPad later this year, which is believed to be an iconic event. In addition, Capcom’s Resident Evil: Village will also follow, which means that the Mac platform finally has a 3A masterpiece that keeps pace with the times. Although it has not been confirmed whether it will appear on the iPad, it is possible.
This is definitely a big step forward for the iPad. The iPad has long proven to be one of the best tablets, but its usefulness is still limited, and it should have a better room to play as a gaming platform. Feral Interactive, which focuses on Linux, Mac, and iOS games, was interviewed by the media last month, he expressed his optimism about the game prospects of the Mac after Apple turned to self-developed chips, and believed that a more powerful and more unified platform would bring new opportunities.