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Mac Players Soon Banned From The Lord Of The Rings Online Community

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A new game arrives (Psychonauts 2), another leaves. Since 2012, players have been able to explore Middle-earth in The Lord of the Rings Online and multiply the quests with their communities, in the shoes of a human, an elf, a hobbit…

It’s almost over. Publisher Standing Stone Games announces the end of support for the macOS client: as of August 25, customer service will no longer support Mac software. If the download links will be maintained, the functions of the software will no longer be supported.

In fact, there shouldn’t be many players roaming the game servers anymore, which has never been adapted to 64 bits and even less to M1 chips. However, it was still possible to play on versions of macOS before Catalina, which dropped support for 32-bit software.

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How to continue using 32-bit apps with macOS Catalina

How to continue using 32-bit apps with macOS Catalina

The publisher recommends Mac players who want to continue using the game to turn to a Boot Camp-like solution with Windows.

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