ok after some tests, I suppose I had a problem with my debian, because with :
apt --add-architecture i386
the last command didn’t update the headers for i386 architecture
despite the fact than :
so … I reinstalled debian, and before the first command I type was “apt --add-architecture i386” and this time headers for i386 were installed
next I installed WoT with lutris, and this time the “Games/World_of_Tanks” directory is correctly created ( exepted for asia of course ).
And now when I launch the game, nothing is shown, only a “Game has quit” and nothing in the log.
If I try to launch manually an “exe inside wine prefix” the same thing append
when you updated the launcher did you test than prefix architecture and wine staging 3.10-x86_64 were correct ?
Ok I solved my problem, after a long research, I notice user often have a problem with dependancies used by winehq.
By the past i tried playonlinux, and had often problem with missing or corrupted dependencies ( winetricks, wine). It was solved by installing from the orignals sources ( because playonlinux used old versions of dependencies and not regulary updated ).
For lutris there is the same problem.
wine ( stable and staging) must be installed from the original source you keep library up to date with the OS
the new versions can be downloaded trough lutris off course.
from a fresh debian stretch installed :
wget -q -O - wget https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/Release.key | apt-key add -
echo ‘wget -q -O - wget https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/Release.key | apt-key add -’ > /etc/apt/source.list
apt install winehq-staging
source for others OS : wine dependency
next World of Tanks can be installed
( i tried EU DXKS and NA DXKS ; 5Gio is huge for me :x )