How to play Sea of Thieves on Linux

Sea of Thieves is now fully functional to play on Linux.

Microsoft released the PC version of Sea of Thieves on Steam on June 3 with a price tag of $39.99. The Steam version also includes all the previous Sea of Thieves contents which was launched on other platforms. It also received a massive response from fans as it became Microsoft’s one of the best titles on steam just after a day of its release.

If you are using Linux and want to enjoy Sea of Thieves, Tatumkhamun made a perfect guide to run it properly.

Step 1: Use Proton 5.08

Step 2: Use Protontricks to switch to Windows 7. You can do it by writing protontricks 1172620 winecfg on the terminal.

Step 3: Drop this DLL into your steam/steamapps/common/Proton 5.0/dist/lib64/wine folder (backing up the old one that is in there)

If you are unsure of your Steam location, right click Proton 5.0 in your library and click Manage > Browse Local Files. Then navigate dist > lib64 > wine and drop the DLL here.

If you still have any kind of issue, we suggest you to go to Tatumkhamun’s Reddit thread.

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