Everyone is excited to play the latest cult classic, Lethal Company and being able to do so anywhere, even with consoles, possibly. But what about Apple owners? Can you play Lethal Company on Mac? Let's see what we can do.
Unfortunately, many times we do know that games take quite some time to arrive on Apple computers. Other times, even worse, they don't get ported at all and Mac owners are left with the short end of the stick.
Is this the case as well? Or we can actually play Lethal Company on Mac? Well, time to dive in and see if it's possible.
Is it possible to run Lethal Company on Mac?
Unfortunately, it is not possible to run Lethal Company natively on Mac. At the moment, the developers have not revealed any plans on possible Mac ports or even console ports. It seems like Steam is the only way that you can actually play this game.
But, as you may know, there are workarounds to run Windows games on Mac.
How to run Lethal Company via Mac game porting
You can definitely decide to play Lethal CoOmpany by using tools such as Wine or CrossOver. The first is slightly more complicated, but it allows for greater compatibility and it is also free. CrossOver offers a two weeks trial and also a slightly more facilitated setup process, but then it requires you to pay and it is definitely not a good investment to only play one game.
Overall, you can give it Wine a try and follow an online guide to see if you can get it to run. Otherwise, you can also stream the game.
How to stream Lethal Company on Mac
The game is not currently available on any game subscription services, such as Xbox Game pass. To stream it on Mac, you will have to use one of the stream services available to. For example, Boosteroid or Shadow. The drawback is that all of these services are subscription based, so they will have quite the high cost, perhaps even more expensive than the game itself. If you plant to use the service for several games, then it might make it worth it, but for only one game, probably not a great investment.