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World Of Warcraft Legion

Following recent events in the Broken Isles, a link has been created between Azeroth and Kil'jaeden's homeworld of Argus, bringing the Burning Legion closer than ever to destroying Azeroth. In order to stop them once and for all, Illidan and Velen are taking the war directly to the surface of Argus, where they hope to join forces with Alleria, Turalyon, and the Army of the Light to launch an all-out assault on the Legion's primary base of operations.

Application Details:

Version: 7.3
License: Retail
URL: http://www.worldofwarcraft.com
Votes: Marked as obsolete
Latest Rating: Gold
Latest Wine Version Tested: 3.11-staging

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Test Results

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What works

Installs with a little difficulty (battle.net main issue)
Game runs in both DX9 and DX11 (more on this)
Raids work but can be laggy with fps dropouts

What does not

Nothing found so far

Workarounds

What was not tested

PvP

Hardware tested

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Additional Comments

Running GTX660 on one machine, GTX960 on another with similar results. The 660 is perhaps a little more stable running than the more powerful card though. Settings around 5 or 6, particle density on low, sunshafts off, lighting good. Set to DX9 in config.wtf - both machines are SSD and 16GB ram, the GTX 960 is on and i7 rig, the GTX 660 is on an i5 Gameplay is fine in most places, with some of the registry tweaks prior to 2.3 installing it was buttery smooth with good FPS and minimal dropout in places like raids and Dalaran. 2.2 and 2.3 changed this though. 80+ fps in open world, 40-60fps in towns but drops out to 18-25 in the strangest of places. Raids can be fine but more often than not will also end up dropping out (Trilliax dropped to 4fps before recovering) Changing to DX11 though seems more more stable and smooth. I have not had a chance to try a raid with it but it appears to limit to 60fps (I have tried foreground limits at 80 and 100fps, no change). I don't have vsync enabled anywhere. So far I have not seen any of the typical FPS drop outs in the same places as on DX9. Flying is smooth, fast looking around doesn't bog down. If this is a taste of things to come and WoW can run well on DX11 then I will be very happy. I ended up installing a W10 on dual boot because the FPS issues were again becoming too difficult to ignore.

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
Workaround?
RatingSubmitter
ShowFedora 28 x86_64Jul 08 20183.11-stagingYes Yes YesGoldSean Rhone (Espionage724) 
ShowantiX-17 "Heather Heyer" CoreMay 28 20183.9-stagingYes Yes YesGoldspaceman 
ShowantiX-17 "Heather Heyer" CoreMar 08 20183.3Yes Yes YesGoldspaceman 
ShowArch Linux x86_64Jan 18 20183.0-stagingYes Yes YesGoldd3rrial 
ShowKDE Neon 5.11.4Jan 05 20182.21-stagingYes Yes YesGoldJay Greenfield 

Known Bugs

Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
11674 Dual-core unsupported in WoW and SC2 STAGED View
35461 Synergy server causes mouseover events to fail in World of Warcraft NEW View
37942 World of Warcraft (7.x.x) hangs: 100% CPU usage RESOLVED ABANDONED View
41167 Elder Scrolls Online launcher fails to compile HLSL REOPENED View
42805 World of Warcrafft 64 bit client freezes or glitches after some time UNCONFIRMED View
43417 World of Warcraft leaks memory in both 64 and 32 bit modes. UNCONFIRMED View
43768 WOW crash game UNCONFIRMED View
44650 Multiple Blizzard games need dxgi and d3d11 dlls mapped without hole between two LOAD segments (Diablo III v2. 6. 1. 49286+, World of Warcraft, Overwatch) STAGED View
45101 Mouse cursor not displaying correctly in Hearthstone UNCONFIRMED View

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