So I just installed the new VMware Fusion 12.1.0 on my macOS Big Sur Hackintosh. I am using Intel Core i5 4590 and Gigabyte H81M motherboard series. This VMware Fusion works very well on my Hackintosh build. Previously, I had some issues running this VMware Fusion on my AMD Ryzen Hackintosh. But on Intel build, this program works flawlessly. I can create new VMs and run them without any issues.
VMware Fusion is a virtualization software from VMware. If you know VMware Workstation for Windows and Linux, the VMware Fusion is the macOS version. We can create and run multiple operating systems on a single macOS host. For more information, please visit the official VMware Fusion website. With this software, you can run Windows 10 on your macOS Big Sur. Or, you can also install Linux distributions on macOS without issues.
If you are planning to build your own Hackintosh PC, and you want to install VMware Fusion on it, Intel build could be the best option. AMD Ryzen is fast but there are some issues to run several applications such as VMware Fusion, Adobe products and maybe some others.
VMware Fusion 12.1.0 on macOS Big Sur Screenshots
Here are some screenshots from my VMware Fusion 12.1.0 installed on my Intel Hackintosh running macOS Big Sur 11.1.