Game: Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition Version:
1.0_(45681) WineHQ AppDB Link: Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition Steam ProtonDB Link: Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition Installer MD5:
2edb79b1a4ab5cb9d30cc04fced4b448 setup_sleeping_dogs_definitive_edition_1.0_(45681).exe Distro:
Linux Mint 19.3 "Tricia" | Cinnamon | 64-bit Kernel:
NVidia GeForce GTX 670 CPU:
Intel i7-3930K @ 3.20GHz × 6 Wine Versions:
lutris-5.7-11-x86_64 / Proton-5.9-GE-5-ST Install Notes:
• 64-bit wine prefix.
• No winetricks required.
• DXVK Enabled
• Restricted to Single-Core How does it run:
1) Played about 10 hours so far without gameplay or graphical issues.
2) Without setting it to run single-core, I encountered a good amount of stuttering/fast-forward catch-up.
3) Running in single-core is just a little laggy on my test machine, but this machine's from 2013 so your mileage may vary. Details:
1) Either Lutris or Proton seem to work well
2) Full Screen (default) flickers to a white screen on startup -- switching desktops and then back corrects the issue. Switching to windowed mode fixes the problem.
3a) The game really should be played with a controller. It doesn't support DirectInput, so I used ds4drv
with the following options to emulate an Xbox controller from my DualShock 4:
• ds4drv --hidraw --emulate-xpad
3b) Alternately, if you're using Lutris, setting a proper SDL2 mapping may also work, as the controller was recognized with Lutris, but the mapping was wrong.