Feral Interactive, the UK-based video games published known for porting lots of popular titles to both Linux and macOS platforms, announced today on Twitter that it now supports eGPUs on Macs.
It’s a known fact that eGPUs (external graphics processor units) are quite popular among MacBook users since Apple no longer ships MacBook Pro computers with dedicated graphics cards from Nvidia or AMD, thus making gaming a bit dificult for users, which have to buy a more powerful iMac instead.
However, if you don’t have the money to buy an iMac, you can always rely on eGPUs, which come in all flavors and shapes these days from various known manufacturers like Nvidia, Alienware, or ASUS. And now Feral Interactive officially announced that it started supporting eGPUs for its macOS games.
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