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Dmitry Marin

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Firmament is coming to Mac in 2023 By RockTofu • Special Thanks to for republishing permission Images courtesy of Mac Gamer HQ and Cyan Worlds From developer Cyan Worlds, the creators of Myst and Riven, comes Firmament, a great-looking adventure-puzzle game. Myst and Riven were both groundbreaking games at the time, and Cyan has always offered excellent native Mac support. Those are two good reasons to keep track of all of their projects. Plus, Firmament looks like a promising adventure game, both in the gameplay and graphics departments. Firmament Mac Release Date The official release date on Steam is set for May 18, 2023. This date has also been confirmed by Cyan’s latest post. They take that opportunity to also set the stage for the game and hopefully hype it ahead of its release: Featuring deep storytelling and world-building, discover the story of this seemingly abandoned world as you explore and unlock the mysteries of 3 unique Realms… and beyond! It is unknown if it will be released in the Mac Apple store at a later date. Firmament Mac System Requirements Here are the macOS system requirements, as shown on the Steam Store page. • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system • OS: macOS Ventura 13.3 • Processor: Apple M1 or Intel i5 • Memory: 8 GB RAM • Graphics: Apple, AMD • Storage: 20 GB available space About Firmament: Why is it a big deal? There are two reasons why Firmament is such a big deal. First, Firmament is part of the recent generation of high-quality games that will release with native macOS support. An increasing amount of new releases are becoming native to Mac, which is a trend we like

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