Steam Native ARM Support Has Finally Arrived! What This Means For M1 Mac Gaming..
This is a video about the new Steamworks API update which now includes ARM64 support for native M1 Mac games as well as Universal binaries which include Intel/Rosetta 2 builds as well as native ARM builds. I discuss what the implications are for native ARM games being released on the Steam platform and what this means for the future of gaming on the M1 Mac.
All footage is recorded on my M1 MacBook Air 2020 with 8 GB RAM and 8 GPU cores. See here for more M1 Mac gaming benchmarks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkyz_xnHUX9ua7OJobIP0ng
Humankind gameplay running under M1 Mac via Windows 11 ARM through Parallels 17: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKDOG3tJWh4
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00:00 Steam is Rosetta 2
00:25 Steamworks API on M1 Mac
00:59 Baldur’s Gate III Rosetta 2 vs ARM
01:20 Steamworks updated
01:56 Spacebase Startopia
02:51 Disco Elysium
03:16 Total War: Rome Remastered
03:44 Beyond a Steel Sky
05:03 What this means for M1 Mac gaming
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