I have followed the guide, installed WoW but when I press play
battle.net closes to tray and then either opens up again or says “the games has quit”. I have run this before on Manjaro, I am trying Antergos at the moment, I have everything up-to-date. I have searched for a similar problem but the solution doesn’t work with my case. Is there anything I need to do in order to run it in Antergos?
Run lutris from the command line with verbose flag
and post logs of what happens after you try to launch the game.
Which version of wine you use, and do you use DXVK or not ?
I had to change the game executable from
Battle.net Launcher.exe to
Battle.net.exe under Game Options.
Using esync-staging-pba-3.16-x86_64 with DXVK
That didn’t work for me, thanks anyway.
changed esync-staging-pba-3.16-x86_64 to Wine 3.18 and it works…is that ok or should I use esync?
Esync will perform better.
To use it, you have to change some system defaults, see here.
Did you increase the open file limit? What does running
ulimit -Hn in a terminal show?
October 17, 2018, 1:07am
Just a thought-
Have you tried adding WoW to Lutris directly, as opposed to Battle Net?
Game executable = Wow.exe in the WoW installation directory.
Wow.exe will run the game
World of Warcraft Launcher.exe will open the Battle Net app.
Is your graphic card support Vulkan ? If not you should change PBA_ENABLE to 1 and disable DXVK, I recommend increase __PBA_GEO_HEAP too.
October 20, 2018, 9:55am
Thank you all for your help, it worked the solutions to change Esync defaults, I had 4k something and changed to 100k and it’s all good.
Thank you for your help.