The Definitive Edition of the game sold on GOG.com.
Basically everything. The performance is close to native.
The only issues that exist are seemingly not directly related to Wine.
What does not
Tried using the Xbox 360 controler - no luck. This is the only game I had a similar problem with recently, so might be not related to Wine at all.
At the time of writing, the game does not work on Intel HD 4600 out of the box. The Mesa drivers simply do not support (yet) all the features of the Intel HD iGPU's in a stable enough way. But there is a workaround.
To run the game on an Intel system with the latest Mesa drivers, you need to force it to run in Dx9 mode. Add -force-d3d9 as a startup option.
What was not tested
Specific gamepads. Tested the X360 controller only.
I've tested the game on two machines:
1. Lenovo G510 laptop. Intel Core i5 4200M (Haswell), 4 GB RAM (single channel, 1600mhz, CL11), Intel HD 4600 iGPU. With Mesa 18.1.3 on Linux Mint 19 Tara with the 4.15.0-24 Kernel.
(the game needs the "-force-d3d9" workaround to work, after that worked 100% stable)
2. AMD Ryzen5 2400G (Raven Ridge), 16 GB RAM (dual channel, 3200mhz, CL14 ), Vega 10 iGPU with 2 GB of memory reserved. With Mesa 18.1.3 on Linux Mint 19 Tara with the 4.15.0-24 Kernel.
(worked out-of-the-box, stable as a rock, 2560 x 1440)
The only reasons for the "gold" rating are the controller support and the need for a workaround on Intel HD iGPU's. The game is inches from Platinum.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Linux Mint 19.0 Tara||Jul 13 2018||3.0.2||Yes||Yes||Yes||Gold||MichaÅ‚ Klekowicki|