How to install Hearthstone using PlayOnLinux

How to install Hearthstone using PlayOnLinux

How to install Hearthstone using PlayOnLinux

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I have always enjoyed Blizzards games, and Hearthstone is no exception. My problem is that I am one of those people who also like to use Linux. This means that in order to paly Windows only games, we had to either dual boot or use wine.

Since I have no wish to dual boot, I only play games that can be made to work reasonable well in Linux. So today, we will be looking at how to install Hearthstone using PlayOnLinux and wine.

 

First up download Hearthstone setup.exe file from Blizzards website. (EU version)

Now open PlayOnLinux and choose “install a non-listed program”. Click through all of the dialog and choose the setup.exe. Now enable all the options as shown in the picture below.

HearthStoneInstall1

We use wine version 1.7.15 for this since there is a error with newer version of wine that creates a timeout, stopping Hearthstone from working.

 

HearthStoneInstall2

 

Now the Wine config window will open up. Navigate to Libraries and configure it as shown in the picture below

HearthstoneInstall3

The overrides are as following:

  • dbghelp disabled
  • msvcp100(native, builtin)
  • wininet(native, builtin)

Now the setup will ask you to open the setup.exe file that you downloaded earlier. This will open up the normal Battle.net installer. Press next and let it install, after this all that is left is to wait for the client to download Hearthstone.

HearthStoneInstall5

 

My Hearthstone/PlayOnLinux keeps crashing in the very beginning, but the Battle.net client is working just fine anyway, so I have not looked into why it crashes in the beginning

 

 

done

 

 

Hope you enjoyed following this guide, and stay tuned for more of this in the future!

 

 

Martin Jørgensen

Martin Jørgensen

Got my degree from EAL in 2012 as an IT-Technologist with specialty in network. I enjoy living in a century where I can earn a living doing my hobby. Material I publish here are often part of my small projects.
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