The splines of SimCity for Mac have been reticulating for longer than many mayors would like, but that's about to change come August 29th, when the game officially hits online servers for download. The release of the Mac version -- which costs $40 for the standard edition, or $60 for the deluxe version -- allows EA to finally make good on its promise of cross-platform, multi-player city building. If you happen to own both a Mac and a PC, you'll find that one purchase allows you to download both versions from EA's Origin store. Naturally, we're crossing our fingers that SimCity for Mac will have a smoother launch than its PC counterpart, but it seems that we'll have a definitive answer by month's end.
SIMCITY FOR MAC IS AVAILABLE ON AUGUST 29
SimCity™ will be available for Mac exclusively as a digital release on August 29, 2013. SimCity is cross-platform compatible, so all players, whether on Mac or PC, will be able to play SimCity together in the online connected world and will be able to jump back and forth into their cities regardless of the platform.
Those players who have previously purchased digital and boxed copies of SimCity for PC will receive an automatic entitlement for SimCity for Mac via Origin™.
SimCity for Mac and PC allows players to create and destroy the cities of their imaginations, and has been rated E10+ by the ESRB for both PC and Mac. For more information regarding SimCity, please visit www.SimCity.com. Press assets for SimCity are available at www.info.ea.com
To purchase SimCity for Mac and PC, please visit: http://store.origin.com/store/ea/html/pbPage.SimcityNA