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World of Warships on linux.

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Hi there fellow captains.

I just want to start with saying that if this topic is in the wrong place i am sorry. But it is a installation guide and this places was the only one i found that fit.

 

Well first off i am taking for granted that if you are here you have or know how to install linux on your computer. Seconde this is done on a AMD rig, with both GPU and CPU being AMD and the OS is Ubuntu 18.04.

Tell me in the comments if you have any problem.

 

So to the steps:

 

1.

Install the official AMDGPU-pro driver for Linux. Follow this guide https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-install-the-latest-amd-radeon-drivers-on-ubuntu-18-04-bionic-beaver-linux and you should have no problem.

 

2.

Install steam. This should be easy, since steam now comes in the Ubuntu software app. But here is a guide if you should have any need for it https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-install-steam-on-ubuntu-18-04-bionic-beaver-linux.

 

3.

Now to enable Steamplay. This is also pretty simple since it is an option in the Steam options but i am including a guide nontheless https://fosspost.org/tutorials/enable-steam-play-on-linux-to-run-windows-games.

Also in case you are wondering i am runing the Beta version of Proton.

 

4.

Download World of Warships through Steam and start it up. Then to get your GFX settings right set it to what ever you want but turn off  Antialialising and turn on V-sync. You might get artifacts if you dont, but this might vary between GPU's.

 

This should be all but if you want to play on your regular account and not on a steam account i am including this guide on how to do that

 Hope you find this useful.

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