Getting Windows games Lineage 2 and w.o.t. to run

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Getting Windows games Lineage 2 and w.o.t. to run

Post by xristianna »

I'm two weeks user of Linux mint 19 Tricia.
My beloved games are linage2 and w.o.t.
I think I tried everything that I found on the internet (official game sites , youtube).
I tried virtual box and play on Linux and Lutris and and and...!!!
Nothing much from the directions with that I am seeing to my monitor...
I'm very confused and :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: so i register here...!!!
I have 4 PC in my family.
I need 2400 euro to upgrade to windows 10(licence and new machines).
Any help..!!!
Thank you in advance...!!!

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Post by xenopeek »

I don't know what "w.o.t." means but Lineage 2 looks like it should work somewhat in Wine: ... n&iId=2273. Whether you use Wine or Lutris, it's always going to be a bit involved and hit or miss. Your Wine version, the game's version, your graphics card, what additional Windows libraries need to be installed—all that can play into what you need to do to get it to run and how well it will run. It sounds like you've already tried a lot but I hope somebody can offer help with Lineage 2.

Not talking about Lineage 2 specifically but in general: Linux Mint isn't a gratis version of Windows. You're changing to a different operating system and that may mean making some compromises. Some Windows programs or Windows games you just won't be able to get running on Linux.

There are at least 10,000 Linux & Windows games on Steam alone that you can play on Linux (no setup needed: Steam handles everything to make compatible Windows games run). Maybe there are alternatives to the games you mentioned that you could enjoy?
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Re: Getting Windows games Lineage 2 and w.o.t. to run

Post by rujikin »

I got WOT to run but I had to run the nvidia proprietary drivers and install the newest one via the graphics ppa. I stopped playing because war thunder is so much better but yeah..

If your graphics card doesn't support vulkan you might not be able to run it.

I cant remember how I got it installed because I did it so many ways but it has to use dxvk to work right (direct x -> vulkan). I might have used Lutris last and it worked out.
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Re: Getting Windows games Lineage 2 and w.o.t. to run

Post by xerxes »

i was searching google in order to find some info about using vulkan render on Lineage 2
and landed over here

i play lineage 2 player since C1

im currently Fedora user

got Lineage 2 scions of destiny running with playonlinux very smooth tho
there are some guides for how to
a shame i didnt arrive here early i see post is from 2020
but well if you read this do not hestiate in asking me anything you need for

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