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Battlefield 5

From AppleGamingWiki, the wiki about gaming on M1 Apple silicon Macs

macOS Compatibility

Method Rating Notes
Rosetta 2 Unplayable Game does not compatable with mac
Compatibility layer
CrossOver Playable [1] stable 40-60 fps on multiplayer M1 max, 30fps for M1 pro
Wine Playable stutters when loading new area, otherwise 40-60fps in single player campaign, M2 Max (38core GPU) [2]
Parallels Playable Game is playable but not enjoyable. Glare on reflective surfaces even far away is blinding, and FPS drops are constant.[3] [4]


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  2. Verified by User:UnknownNutrient on 2022-07-13
    Device: 2023 MacBook Pro 16, M2 Max (38 Core GPU), 32GB RAM
    OS: macOS Sonoma Beta 3
    Method: Wine using Whiskey
    Store: Steam
    Resolution: 1920x1200
    Settings: low
    Framerate: Between 40-60fps while playing; visually clean; tested in single player Africa compaign; when jumping into new area of game takes about 10-15 seconds to load all assets (stutters) afterward basically smoth
    Controller: xbox one controller
  3. Verified by User:EnjoyBacon7 on 2023-09-8
    Device: 2023 MacBook Pro 14, M2 Pro (16 Core GPU), 16GB RAM
    OS: macOS Ventura (13.5.1)
    Method: Parallels
    Store: EA app
    Resolution: 1280x720
    Settings: very low
    Framerate: Between 30-40fps while playing; visually clean; tested in multiplayer conquest;
    Controller: keyboard and mouse
  4. Verified by User:Alperenunal on 2022-05-21
    Device: MacBook Pro M1 2020 16 GB RAM
    OS: macOS 12.4
    Method: Parallels
    Store: Origin
    Comment: It's playable on the M1, but there is a lot of lag.