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Fortnite, the Save the World version, not the Battle Royale game, will be shutting down on Mac devices soon. The end of the game on that platform is the latest development in the ongoing legal battle between Epic Games and Apple. Epic Games said it’s no longer able to release patches for its games on Mac devices because of the disputes, and as a result of that, the game will be unplayable later this month.

Epic Games announced its plans to shutter Save the World on Mac devices in a post on the game’s site this week. Beginning September 23rd, the developer announced, the game will no longer be playable.

“Apple is preventing Epic from signing games and patches for distribution on Mac, which ends our ability to develop and offer Fortnite: Save the World for the platform,” Epic Games said. “Specifically, our upcoming v14.20 release will cause bugs for players on v13.40, resulting in a very poor experience. Since we are no longer able to sign updates and release fixes for these issues, beginning September 23, 2020, Fortnite: Save the World will no longer be playable on macOS.”

If you played Save the World at any point between September 17, 2019, to September 17, 2020, you’ll be getting a refund for whatever edition of the game your purchased and any V-Bucks you may have spent on Llamas on the Mac platform. Save the World Starter Packs are no longer available to purchase as of this week.

Apple is preventing us from distributing games on Mac which ends our ability to develop Fortnite: Save the World for the platform. Beginning September 23, 2020, Save the World will no longer be playable on Mac.

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— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) September 17, 20200commentsGaming

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If you’ve been playing Fortnite Battle Royale on your Mac devices, you’re in luck. That version of the game is still up and running, but because of the legal situation between the two companies, it won’t be getting anymore updates for the time being. The v13.40 build is the latest update to go live on that platform – the one that added cars to the game – so if you’re playing on a Mac, you’re far behind everyone else that’s been enjoying the current Marvel-themed season and all the updates that have come with it.

Fortnite players have until September 23rd to play Save the World on Mac devices, so get those games in now while you still can if that’s your preferred platform.

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As far as wild Apple rumors are concerned, a new report claiming that Apple has plans to release a high-end gaming computer next year is a doozy.

The report originates from the Economic Daily News, which has something of a spotty track record when it comes to Apple rumors. The report specifically notes that Apple may launch a pricey $5,000 gaming Mac in 2020. Details are naturally quite murky, and the report isn’t even sure if this rumored Mac will come in the form of an iMac or a high-end MacBook.

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The report adds that Apple will officially unveil its new Mac gaming computer at its annual WWDC event next June.

Is it hard to take this rumor seriously? Absolutely. All the same, if you would have told me 5 years ago that Apple would start producing its own TV shows or start a subscription service for exclusive mobile gaming, I would have found it just as absurd.

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It’s also worth noting that developing an impressive Mac is only half the battle. Apple would also need to convince developers to take Mac gaming seriously, which would be far more challenging given that the Mac has never been viewed as a serious gaming platform by anybody. If anything, the idea typically elicits nothing but laughter from real gamers.

For as much as Apple likes to tout that innovation and attention to detail is a part of its DNA, the same cannot be said for gaming. Though the App Store helped open up a new chapter for mobile gaming, Apple never seemed ready to fully embrace gaming until recently when it introduced Apple Arcade.

Is it possible that the Apple Arcade launch underscores a newfound commitment Apple has towards gaming? Sure. But the leap from mobile gaming to a Mac capable of competing with PCs seems a bit far-fetched at this point.