Since there is no Mac client for EQ2, you have to run some kind of simulation. While EQ2 runs great in Bootcamp, you don't have access to the Mac OSX. Parallels and VMWare may work OK but they have to allocate resources to the Windows OS in addition to the EQ2 client. Plus you have to pay $79/year. Back in 2015, I tried to get EQ2 to run using CrossOver from codeweavers.com but there were graphics anomalies that made playing EQ2 far from perfect. I tried again every so often but it still didn't work. Yesterday, I tried again with CrossOver v18 and it worked great! I tried playing while streaming but it crashed often. Once I did a full install, it worked fine. I'm still using the trial version (14 day trial period) but plan on buying a copy. It costs $39.95 (no support, no upgrade) and $59.95 (one year support and upgrades). If Daybreak doesn't mind, I will keep everyone updated on my experience. Wish me luck!