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Thread: The Witcher 2 Might Be Out For Linux Real Soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debcool View Post
    Unfortunatly after 2 hours of download, it doesn't run! "Missing executable"

    I followed the support instructions (erase appcache folder & make a file check) but doesn't work either. Actually, there is no executable in the folder at all.

    I hope they'll fix it soon!

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    Yeah, we've seen this before. You can try and see if there is any Linux beta you can join, but I doubt that.
    It usually means that the game will come out really soon.

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    I'm sure CD Projekt Red will make a proper announcement when the release is ready. Don't expect anything to work as of now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spittie View Post
    Yeah, we've seen this before. You can try and see if there is any Linux beta you can join, but I doubt that.
    It usually means that the game will come out really soon.
    Yep, what Spittie said. Definitely seen this before. I can't remember the last game I saw it with... Maybe Metro Last Light?

    Anyway, I'm downloading the game right now, abusing my work connection.

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    Default Closed depot

    It appears the game is very much a work in progress and there's only an encrypted binary for it right now (and I think you probably have to be a part of the beta to even get that):
    http://steamdb.info/app/20920/#section_depots

    Anyone know if you can volunteer?

    That said, I can live with the wait. It's good enough that it's happening and not in the distant future.

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    Maybe they also have the RED-Kit and patched version available?
    There are dzip tools for linux

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    I hope the linux version doesn't share the same shadow dithering the DX9 version had.
    It was so ugly and distracting that I never finished my playthrough on windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalgregor View Post
    I hope the linux version doesn't share the same shadow dithering the DX9 version had.
    It was so ugly and distracting that I never finished my playthrough on windows.
    I always thought that was a problem with wine. Do you mean to tell me it happens under windows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redshirt001 View Post
    I always thought that was a problem with wine. Do you mean to tell me it happens under windows?
    Disable Sharpen or live with the shadows like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalgregor View Post
    I hope the linux version doesn't share the same shadow dithering the DX9 version had.
    It was so ugly and distracting that I never finished my playthrough on windows.
    What is this shadow dithering that you speak of? I don't doubt you, I'm just not sure what you're referring to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiryu View Post
    What is this shadow dithering that you speak of? I don't doubt you, I'm just not sure what you're referring to.

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