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Path of Exile - port of the client under Linux Mint

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Path of Exile - port of the client under Linux MintPortPoE is the port for the Path of Exile client for Linux based on WINE libraries from crossover. With an easy graphical installer and peak performance.
About this game
You are an Exile, struggling to survive on the dark continent of Wraeclast, as you fight to earn power that will allow you to exact your revenge against those who wronged you. Created by hardcore gamers, Path of Exile is an online Action RPG set in a dark fantasy world. With a focus on visceral action combat, powerful items and deep character customization, Path of Exile is completely free and will never be pay-to-win.
Key Features
  • Freedom. Power. Revenge.
    Banished for your misdeeds to the dark, brutal world of Wraeclast, you play as the Duelist, Witch, Ranger, Templar, Marauder, Shadow or the Scion class. From forsaken shores through to the ruined city of Sarn, explore Wraeclast and uncover the ancient secrets waiting for you.
  • Unlimited Character Customization
    Create and customize hundreds of unique skill combinations from tradable itemized gems and our gigantic passive skill tree. Combine skill gems, support gems and trigger gems to create your own unique combination of power, defense and destruction.
  • Deadly Missions
    The Forsaken Masters each have their own style of mission and each of these missions has many variations. As you explore deeper into Wraeclast, the pool of available variations increases to challenge you in new ways. All of the Missions and their variations can occur anywhere in the game, including within end-game Maps.
  • Dressed to Kill
    Path of Exile is all about items. Find, collect and trade magic, rare and unique items with arcane properties, then customize your character build around the deadliest combinations you possess.
  • Brutal Competitive Play
    Battle in PvP tournaments seasons and Capture the Flag events for worldwide recognition. Compete in Daily Leagues and Race Events that run as separate game worlds with their own ladders and economies to win valuable prizes.
  • Customise Your Hideout
    In their extensive travels throughout Wraeclast, the Forsaken Masters have discovered ideal locations for an Exile to use as their own secret Hideout. Once you've earned a Master's trust, you may be taken to a Hideout, where you can create your own personalised town. Masters residing in your Hideout offer you daily Missions and train you in advanced crafting options. Use your Hideout as a quiet place to craft after battle, or expand it and use it as a personalised Guild Hall with hundreds of decorations.
  • Fair-To-Play. Never Pay-To-Win. 
    We're committed to creating a fair playing field for all players. You cannot gain gameplay advantage by spending real money in Path of Exile.
The author of the script - the Russian linuxoid Michael.
Checked on my computer, everything works. So post the instructions here for You.
Changes in version 2.0:
  • Wine updated to 2.0 + crosslibs (libraries from crossover 16.2.0-1)
  • Tweaked the startup scripts, registry and the prefix port
  • Disabled by default CSMT (in the new version of vine so higher FPS and less memory leaks
Changes in version 2.1:
  • Removed all (fix bugs FreeType)
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
sudo apt install zenity xterm
2. Download sh script
3. Go to the directory you downloaded the script
4. Make the script executable and run
5. Follow the instructions, for example choose language and the directory where to install the game.
6. After you install the script, install the dependencies:

6. Start the game from the Games menu
Path of Exile - port of the client under Linux Mint May the Force be with you,
Good Luck!!!

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Edited by: Shekin - 11-08-2017, 07:43
Reason: Updated

  1. JGess
    JGess 31 March 2017 00:00
    You can also install via Play on Linux, it is a WINE add-on. Play on Linux is available from the software manager. Once installed, click on install a program. It is in the installer list, just search for it.
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