Now that Starcraft 2 is free to play, is there a painless way to run it in Linux?
People have been doing it with different success for years, but the hacks are spead over different resources and often are distro specific.
I have some specific limitations though.
Since I saw file names like Starcraft64 on a Windows install of Starcraft 2, I would like to run it on a clean 64bit Linux distribution without the multilib 32bit compat layer installed.
I am fine with either 64bit stable wine or the 64bit staging wine, no wrappers like PlayOnLinux or Lutris should be involved.
Is it possible to install and run Starcraft 2 this way?
So far I went to starcraft2.com website and downloaded the installer, but when I ran the file tool on it, I was told it is a 32bit Windows executable, so obviously it won't be able to run under pure 64 wine.