Mac Version of Obduction Now Available!

All the stars have aligned, and Obduction for Mac is now available! It’s been a longer haul than we thought, but we think it’s well worth the wait. This extra time means that Obduction will run a bit better, with fewer bugs, and prettier graphics.

The release of the Mac version means that you can now experience Obduction on Mac, Windows, Rift, and Vive. But we’re not resting. We’ll continue to optimize, update, clean, and polish.

Buy Now! The Mac version is available for download at…

Here are a few things Mac users should know…

Obduction requires Apple’s Metal framework. You can check to see if your Mac supports Metal by doing the following…

  1. Choose “About This Mac” from the Apple Menu  (upper left)
  2. Click on “System Report”
  3. Select “Graphics/Displays” on the left
  4. Look for the “Metal:” heading, and see if your Mac is listed as “supported”

You can also check a list of Macs that support Metal by clicking here.

Here are the full system requirements…

Recommended…

  • OS Version – Sierra 10.12.4*
  • Processor – Quad Core Intel
  • Memory – 16GB+ RAM
  • Graphics – nVidia GT 600M, 700M family / AMD R9 M family or better
  • Disk Space: 20 GB
  • Additional Notes: VR not available on Mac

Minimum…

  • OS Version – OX 10.12.4*
  • Processor – Intel CPU capable of 4 or more threads
  • Memory – 8GB+ Ram
  • Graphics – Intel HD Graphics 4000, Iris 5000 & 6000 family w/1 GB VRAM or better (most Macs after 2011)
  • Disk Space: 20 GB
  • Additional Notes: VR not available on Mac

*MacOS 10.12.4 (or later) is required to play Obduction. Any MacOS versions prior to this may result in random crashes.

If you have any issues with the Mac version please check our Support Page.

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2 comments

  • John Davis May 25, 2017   Reply →

    Any chance we can see this on the PS VR? for those of us who bought that and don’t have a computer up to snuff?

  • Julian July 17, 2017   Reply →

    That was the longest wait I have ever had for anything pre ordered, with the possible exception of My Bloody Valentine records. I had put Obduction down as a painful lesson in the pitfalls of kickstarter ages ago. Glad to see it has eventually been sorted though.

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