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.