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World of Tanks

Tuesday 5 March 2013 at 23:00

World of Tanks

Hello PlayOn people!

Anyone Ready to get there tank crave fulfilled?  World of Tanks is an awesome old world tank simulator, that shows you the real history of tanks with over 200 tanks from 6 different countries!

                                                                 -- Robbz

*This install now supports all client regions except Korea.

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Comments

Author Replies
leo Thursday 18 April 2013 at 17:14

very good, I play this game sometimes.
arhen Wednesday 15 May 2013 at 19:35

Hello ! :) I'm a french guy and i have a little problem with WOT.
When the game begin, it stops. Please help me ! (Sorry for my very bad english :D)
tortoiseman891 Wednesday 29 May 2013 at 5:49

Anonymous

hay when i load this it funs but right before it loads to my garage it closes and tells me to go to this website for help can someone help me please
Aaron Wednesday 3 July 2013 at 15:20

Anyone know how to play the replays in POL? I have seem to hit a wall.
malinat0r Sunday 25 August 2013 at 10:40

I am regarding same question as Aaron asks. Is there any way to set MIME type for .wotreplay to tell POL to start World of Tanks with this kind of files?

Thanks
Epoj Saturday 21 September 2013 at 19:09

I used to go'm not going to have tried everything but it always writes out to the collapse. : (
Alter Sunday 29 September 2013 at 22:50

Anonymous

About the replays, I have found an (ugly) way to watch replays: In the configure section of playonlinux interface, you have a box to write arguments for the program. If you copy there the route to the replay you want to watch (replays/replayname.wotreplay) it will work fine.

As I said it's an ugly method, but since I'm a playonlinux noob, for the moment I'll be glad to be able to use it, if a bit awkward but it works.
Tyler Saturday 26 October 2013 at 23:43

Hey, I'm having an issue with PlayOnLinux for World Of Tanks.

It works (for the most part), but I only get like 8 fps. When I used to have Windows, I would get 75fps on Medium, and I only get 8 on minimum. Help?

Thanks,
-Tyler
Joseba Saturday 4 January 2014 at 17:01

Hi, I tried to run WoT with latest version of PoL in Mint and failed, it is instaled but qhen I try to run it, it stays for two-three seconds in a white window and then closes. I followed instructions from an Yputube video... any suggestion? Thanks!
ThE_MarD Sunday 5 January 2014 at 1:31

Anonymous

Heyyo,

@Tyler: If you have an nVidia card? Be sure to go into "nVidia X Server Settings" and go into your GPU's "PowerMizer" and set the Preferred mode to "Prefer Maximum Preformance". For some reason WoT in Wine doesn't automatically clock the card to max. :P
Astertroy Tuesday 14 January 2014 at 15:00

Can you make this run also in korean server?:(
Dillo Wednesday 26 February 2014 at 23:39

I don't understand Alter's method. I tried it and the game just launched like usual. What does he mean when he says the route? Where do I start? Do I do :C/ or can I do it from my normal desktop? °_° I need some more explanation :-°
seliver Saturday 22 March 2014 at 17:06

Anonymous

Tried to run 8.11 on GT630M, i5-3210m, Linux Mint 16 Cinnamon x64, worker great, around 30-40 FPS. Not bad for Linux!
Now i'm downloading the 9.0 update, will post some feedback on that.
timss Saturday 3 May 2014 at 15:49

Wine: 1.7.4-CSMT with CSMT enabled in registry. GSLS support on.
GPU: Nvidia GTX 560, maximum performance, disabled 'Sync to VBlank'
CPU: Intel i5 750 2.8 GHz

With this environment I get somewhere from 60-90 fps on low settings in windowed mode, 1920x1200. However when I go for medium or high, the fps is much less stable, and will often go as low as <30 fps, rendering it mostly unplayable. I'm guessing there is some issues with the "improved graphics", or OpenGL shadows, as this card should be able to do high without any problems. Also note that on high I get artifacts and flickering.

Other than that, works just fine, no rendering errors or whatnot on low! :-)
RJ_GamingBoss Sunday 4 May 2014 at 22:41

How does one watch replays on linux? Is it just not possible?
rosomak-wso Saturday 17 May 2014 at 11:36

Anonymous

Do you know how to use wine 1.7.18? It has some important fixes to use WoT 9.0 correctly.

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