Is it possible to play Mortal Shell on Mac?
Mortal Shell is a new video game. It is available for Xbox, PS4, and Windows, through the Epic Games Store. It was released on 18 August 2020. The problem is Mortal Shell not available on Mac, But if you wish to run it on Mac OS you can do it. In the article below we will show all ways to make Mortal Shell run on Mac.
|Windows 10 64-bits||Windows 10 64-bits|
|Processor: Intel Core i5-4590 (AMD FX 8350) or better||Processor: Intel Core i7|
|RAM: 8 GB||RAM: 16 GB|
|Video card: NVIDIA GTX 970 (AMD Radeon R9 290)||Video card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 (6 GB) or AMD Radeon RX 580 (8GB)|
|DirectX: from 12.0 version||DirectX: from 12.0 version|
|Disc space: 40 GB GB||Disc space: 40 GB GB|
Play Mortal Shell on Mac with Parallels
Mortal Shell requires lots of PC resources, but you can run it anyway, by using Parallels. This is software for Windows virtualization on Mac with the full support of DirectX and GPUs. It allows you to install you have a decent Mac configuration you can install Windows 10 on Mac with a couple of clicks and switch between MacOS and Windows instantly. You can run Windows just like on a regular PC, install Steam and enjoy Mortal Shell game on Mac.
Play Mortal Shell on Mac with Vortex.gg or Nvidia Geforce Now
If you have an old Mac or it cannot fully satisfy Mortal Shell game system requirements, there is a potential solution. Cloud gaming provides you sufficient cloud resources for a fixed fee. All you need is a small client program and a good internet connection starting from 15 Mbits/s. There are several great services, that provide such an opportunity, among the best are Vortex.gg and Nvidia Geforce Now. Both services haven’t Mortal Shell in their game catalog. But the level of interest is relatively high, so, who knows, maybe you will play on Mac computer soon?
Play Mortal Shell on Mac with BootCamp
This method is simple but time-consuming. You need to set up a dual boot of Windows and Mac via BootCamp. BootCamp allows users to choose the system to work in on startup, however, you won’t be able to switch between systems like in Parallels. You will need to reboot your machine every time you switch from Mac to Windows and vice versa. Remember that Mac is just a computer, that uses common processors, RAM, disks, and other components. So you can install Windows on Mac by allocating disc space of minimum 50 Gb (to be able to run Windows and a couple of games). To set up Windows via BootCamp, please, do the following:
For OS X El Capitan 10.11 or later
Mention, that for MacOS versions prior to OS X El Capitan 10.11 you will need to create bootable Windows USB.
- Download Windows ISO file
- Open Boot Camp Assistant (Go to Applications > Utilities)
- Define the Windows partition size choose downloaded Windows ISO file
- Format Windows partition and go through all Windows installation steps
- When Windows boots for the first time follow on-screen instructions to install Boot Camp and Windows support software (drivers)