The epic massive multiplayer adventure from Frontier Developments reaches Mac and also featuring the ability to play Crossplay between PC and Mac, players from both platforms can share the galaxy.

Frontier Developments Launches Elite: Dangerous for Mac


Available from today on and Steam, Elite: Dangerous for Mac is the definitive massively multiplayer game based on the space. Developed by Frontier Developments team, the Mac OS has used its own technology, COBRA, making their development.

With a price of $60 in both the online store and Steam, players can download Elite: Dangerous for both PC and Mac computers and play with the same commander on both platforms. PC gamers will find Elite: Dangerous for Mac available in your account Frontier, or your Steam library as part of your original purchase.

Elite players: Dangerous for PC and Mac will play side by side in a shared galaxy; flying together in cooperative missions (wings); collaborating in global mass targets for the whole community; going to the battle for galactic conquest; and much more will come this month, with the next content update called Powerplay.

Elite: Dangerous for Mac includes all content that has been added to the PC version of Elite: Dangerous since its launch in December 2014. The February update, Community Goals, said common objectives on a massive scale, along throughout the galaxy. The March update, Wings, allowed the players to work more effectively together in a multiplayer galaxy. With the arrival later this month of May the third content update Elite: Dangerous, Powerplay, a battle for control of the space, in which all players can participate is introduced. Powerplay is free for all players, and will be available for both PC and Mac.

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