Well, it seems that on Wine 7.0 rc1 crashes instantly over uplay / ubisoft connect.
I also tried gamescope - former steam compositor - no success ;
About Wine versions, being in a Arch Linux environment I found some weeks ago an app called ProtonUp that gives me more easier way to install other wine versions for Steam and Lutris, so I’ve been trying others too and even compiled vkd3d from HansKristian github, then after Lutris latest update with D3D Extras v2 and DXVK NVAPI 0.5 the game runs with almost no workaround like HansKristian vkd3d.
My actual problem is my mixed PC, 4k monitor, low end graphics (which I wanted to upgrade but the damn pandemic and scalpers took away my chance), so I can run some high end games in below 1080p with medium settings but the first run most games always starts as 4k running like 3 fps, after changing some settings is totally playable.
I can mention that also FC6 got some updates that made the in game text appear.
Well, after another trial I found a workaround:
At this moment the game for some unknown reason freezes at “Warm Up the PSO cache” when doesn’t run in Virtual Desktop mode, but running in Virtual Desktop mode the window will resize according its resolution; Then I found that the game can run in a “Borderless window” inside its options, so I changed Lutris to use Virtual Desktop with my default resolution (3840x2160) ran the game and changed to Borderless Window in game settings which stretched to wine desktop resolution.
BTW I’m still thinking that WINE with virtual desktop and non virtual desktop may have totally different mechanics and when uses non virtual desktop may give a lots of null values crashing some apps sensitive to this condition, but it’s a guess
Another thing, I bought from Epic and I wonder why many companies are building their launchers, they are doing terrible jobs, It’s a mess to run “X” launcher which invokes “Y” launcher to run “Z” launcher so the game starts, some government must pass a law to prohibits this messy things, a website for buying it’s enough. At least it was possible to cut Epic launcher and run Ubisoft Connect which is also an unnecessary app to run the game.
Sorry my rant
And thanks for your reply