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With Resident Evil Village, the tenth installment of the Resident Evil series is now available for the Mac. The title has been available for consoles and Windows since last year, but the special thing about the Mac offshoot that is now available is the fact that the game is specially optimized for Apple processors. In the early reports, players of the Mac version are raving about the performance.

Before you get the title for 48 euros on the Mac App Store, you should definitely take a look at the system requirements. Not only because the game requires a Mac with an M1 or M2 processor, but also because the download size at 27.4 GB is impressive. Furthermore, we think it is worth noting that the game cannot be played completely offline, according to the developers Capcom an internet connection is required to start the app.

Not completely offline and currently still with minor errors

Oh yeah, Capcom also points out several bugs that are still present in the current version of the game. There may be problems with the save data associated with Apple ID signing out and should be avoided until the error is corrected. There were also times when the mouse and keyboard controls didn’t work the first time you booted up. According to the developers, restarting the computer helped here.

If you can or want to overcome these hurdles, nothing stands in the way of the download. The new Mac version includes the “Trauma” DLC and several other add-on packs, including additional weapons, graphics options, and the “Village of Shadows” difficulty setting.

Experience survival horror like never before in Resident Evil Village, the eighth installment in the Resident Evil series. Hyper-detailed graphics, breathtaking first-person action and brilliant storytelling – the horror never felt so realistic.

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Written by Kim Anderson

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