SimCity issues on Mac are being addressed by Maxis after the game launched for the platform earlier this week. Issues being reported range from the inability to install it through Origin to OSX versions listed as being supported causing issues as well. Others have reported resolution and performance issues. While issues are being worked on, Maxis has released an FAQ with an “ongoing list of reported installation issues and steps to try to resolve them.”
The Battlefield 1 July update was released yesterday across PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Like the first game, Destiny 2 beta also brings near identical presentation on both PS4, and Xbox One
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You can shoot down Cabal ships in the Destiny 2 beta, although it is a big old waste of your time and super
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It’s been a long time coming, but The Sims 4 players will soon have little ones stumbling all over the place.
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