I'm posting this on behalf of my wife - she and I are trying to get Civ VI working on her 2012 Macbook Pro. Based on the benchmark thread, it seems like she should be able to run the software, but the game freezes shortly after entering benchmark mode. These are the specs for her machine: El Capitan, 10.11.6 MacBook Pro, 15 inch, non-retina display Processor: 2.3 GHz, Intel Core i7 Memory: 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB Oddly enough, though, when she runs the game and goes into the Graphics menu, the GPU selection is set to NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M. That is the only option available when she tries to access the GPU drop-down menu. It is really confusing to us that the game won't work. If we say that the video card is a GeForce GT, these specs seem very similar to what Oleary posted in the benchmark thread -- more RAM, even -- and Oleary's machine was able to complete benchmark mode successfully. It's also slightly lower in processing speed -- but again, with more RAM -- than oakdragon's machine, which was also able to complete benchmark mode successfully. If we consider the Intel HD Graphics 4000, the specs are very similar to two different machines of Oleary's, one posted by Siptah, and one by narmox, all of which were able to complete benchmark mode. Do any of you have any ideas or suggestions for anything we might try? We have tried running in windowed mode and with graphics settings all the way down, but the game still freezes almost immediately in benchmark. We also are completely confused by the fact that the game shows a totally different GPU than what is listed in the machine specs. Thanks in advance for any help!