Both audio (ingame and cinematic) and video appear to work.
Both main DLC quests (Teeth of Naros and Legend of Dead Kel) are available early and show up in the game.
Mouse and keyboard works out of the box but the mouse movement seems to be a little shaky.
Gamepad works but need to install the xbox emulator x360ce (which requires net 2.0 via winetricks dotnet20). I used a two year old version of x360ce which requires that you also create an "xinput1_1.dll" file in your main game folder. This may not be necessary in the newer versions of x360ce but keep in mind that newer versions have more dependencies including net 4.0 so I avoided that.
What does not
Like some people have been recently experiencing, the game crashes upon immediate startup but I believe I have found a possible workaround. (Explained below)
Game appears to hang upon exiting but this is not a huge issue. (I made a script to issue a "wineboot --kill")
What was not tested
The majority of the game which I have been told can take 100+ hours to complete if all sidequests and DLC are embarked upon.
So far I have only played for a complete hour to make sure that the two DLC quests, the teeth of Naros and the The Legend of Dead Kel showed up in my Quests.
By tinkering around for three days, making educated guesses,and through a stroke of luck I may have found a solution for those who have been unfortunately experiencing an immmediate crash when trying to launch the game. If you go into the main game folder (where the "Reckoning.exe" executable is located) you should notice that there is a "bigs" and "content" folder". Now in my case (since I installed the two DLC Packs) I noticed that the folders "001", "002", "003", "004", "006", "007", "008", "009" were all present. Notice the missing folder? Yes, it's "005". So I created an empty folder called "005" in the "bigs" directory. For those who love command line magic, fire up your shell and cd into the working directory. From there type: cd bigs mkdir 005 Then go into the "content" folder which is also off of the main folder. Same situation! All the folders from 001 to 009 are present with 005 missing. Create another empty "005" folder and then the game runs!! Crazy, eh? If others could please confirm if this solution works for them please leave a comment! Also if you didn't install any DLC you probably only have the folders "001" and "002". In that case I just created the folder "009" and it worked!
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Show||Ubuntu 16.04 "Xenial" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Nov 30 2017||2.22||Yes||Yes||Yes||Silver||Carlos Rodriguez|
|Current||Arch Linux x86_64||Sep 09 2014||1.7.26||Yes||Yes||Gold||ganbare|
|Show||Mac OS X 10.8 "Mountain Lion"||Feb 04 2014||1.7.11||Yes||Yes||Silver||an anonymous user|
|Show||Ubuntu 12.04 "Precise" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Feb 02 2014||1.7.11||Yes||No||Garbage||Matt|
|Show||Linux Mint Debian x86_64||Feb 04 2014||1.7.8||Yes||Yes||Gold||Peter Norell|