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I started a new game and the first tutorial objective, move the selected operative, cannot be completed.
I then tested a fresh campaign skipping the tutorial, but again, operatives cannot be moved.
I have tried searching for more information about this, and it appears to be a known problem.
Such posts reference waiting on the main menu for a My2K account timeout notice, but as the GOG release appears to lack My2K functionality, this second timeout notice never occurs.


Sufficed to say, this renders the game unplayable for me.



Currently using Wine-Staging 5.4 with dxvk 1.5.5
I have the exact same problem.

Game runs fine, no slutters thanks to rojimboo tips in this forum (can't post link apparently) but I can't pass the tutorial nor the 1st mission...

(Lutris wine 5.2 and DXVK 1.6)
I was able to make the game playable by installing the War of the Chosen expansion and running that binary instead.

I suppose this does not help with the base game, but at least the expansion is now working for me.
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Amy_Stryke: I was able to make the game playable by installing the War of the Chosen expansion and running that binary instead.

I suppose this does not help with the base game, but at least the expansion is now working for me.
The same problem here. Wine Staging 5.5 + dxvk 1.6. I wonder if it only happens with Wine?

Thanks for a tip. I will try with the War of the Chosen once found so much disk space ;-).

Btw, does XCOM 2:WOTC need to be installed on top of XCOM 2?

Btw2, did you initially also have broken (and slow) rendering with pure Wine (without dxvk)?

Marcin
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Post edited April 03, 2020 by szpak
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szpak: Btw, does XCOM 2:WOTC need to be installed on top of XCOM 2?
Yes.
WotC will automatically install without asking for an install path if XCOM2 is already installed, like any other DLC.
It is installed as a sub-folder within the XCOM2 directory (XCOM 2/XCom2-WarOfTheChosen/), is run from a separate binary within that folder (XCOM 2/XCom2-WarOfTheChosen/Binaries/Win64/XCom2.exe), and has a unique save game folder (Documents/My Games/XCOM2 War of the Chosen/).
Custom characters from XCOM2 are automatically imported on first run, from what I noticed.
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szpak: Btw2, did you initially also have broken (and slow) rendering with pure Wine (without dxvk)?
Yes. The bloom effects enveloping the screen were quite overt, as was the seemingly at random missing textures.
That is why I installed dxvk.
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szpak: Thanks for a tip. I will try with the War of the Chosen once found so much disk space ;-).
My installation indicates the expansion requires 37.9GiB
With the base game, this results in an XCOM2 folder totalling 73.7GiB
Post edited April 05, 2020 by Amy_Stryke