Ever since the release of PUBG, the battle royale genre has become phenomenal in the gaming industry. However, as there is currently no PUBG for Mac devices, all the Apple fans out there have been missing out the "original battle royale" experience. We at PUBG Mobile World has received a bunch of question from Apple fans who want to join in the battle royale bandwagon, like "How to download PUBG on Mac?", or "How to download PUBG on MacBook Pro?"
To answer the above questions, we must first know the reason why there is no PUBG on Mac. While the MacBook is mainly considered the best for working, the specifications of the device are only mediocre at best, and not suit at all for gaming. Meanwhile, the original version of PUBG on Steam is really demanding - due to poor optimizing. Because of this, playing the original PUBG for MacBook or PUBG on MacBook Air is out of the question - as those devices can't play the game with decent FPS on their own unless you have an external VGA.
So if the original version is out of the question, can you play PUBG for Mac free with the Mobile version? The answer is yes, theoretically, with a mobile emulator application like Big Nox for Mac. However, takes warning, as the Mac version of Nox is unoptimized for the device, the FPS can drop to really low.
But if you really want to play PUBG for MacBook Air or regular MacBook via Android Emulator, then you can follow these steps as follow
But if you have an external VGA connected to your Mac, you can actually install Windows on your Mac via Boot Camp Assistant and play the original version of PUBG on Steam. And here is the tutorial video:
Install Windows 10 on a Mac - video tutorial.
With the rise of cloud gaming services, you can actually play PUBG on your low-end MacBook - if you have a good enough internet connection. By using streaming services, your Mac will stream the gaming contents from a gaming computer provided by the cloud service - that means you can play PUBG just fine on your Mac.
GeForce Now is a new game streaming service from NVIDIA, that according to them, "provide AAA-gaming experience" on any device you own - including NVIDIA Shield and MacOS. Below is the list of games that supported by GeForce Now:
However, at the time of this writing, GeForce Now is only available in the US Region, so you will have to wait until NVIDIA releases this service globally.
And that's all the way you can enjoy PUBG on Mac at the moment.
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