Consider development alongside the Wine Project.
  • Petitioned ArenaNet, Inc.

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ArenaNet, Inc.

Consider development alongside the Wine Project.

    1. Petition by

      Eric Kuzmenko

      Troy, NY

Current or prospective subscribers of Guild Wars 2 using the GNU/Linux system would like ArenaNet to consider partnering with the Wine project.

Interoperability with GNU/Linux and other POSIX-compliant systems will be very much appreciated and beneficial to all. To remain partisan by making Guild Wars 2 officially available for Windows NT variant and OS X users only is not a fair practice to their subscribers.

It is also clear that ArenaNet's release of Guild Wars 2 on OS X would not have been possible without the good people of the Wine project's [unpaid] efforts, considering TransGaming's Cider's origins are of Wine itself, established when its license was more permissive. As such, ArenaNet's customer base has increased thanks to these efforts and will continue to increase if they comply with what has been suggested.

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    • Nagy Balats GöDöLLő, HUNGARY
      • 10 months ago

      Linux is faster than Windows, and I wouldn't like to buy Windows only for this game.

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    • Stefan Funk KITZINGEN, GERMANY
      • 11 months ago

      Because what I've seen from this game is so beautiful, and I want to play this game so hard, but I don't want to buy Windows + Avira-Software AND buy GW2. Please! D:

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    • A B GOMMERN, GERMANY
      • 11 months ago

      GW2 Supported at ChromeOS/Linux with all Hardeware support.

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    • guillaume bon FRANCE
      • 11 months ago

      if you do not want to develop for linux, at least make it easier for us to play your games

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    • Ezequiel Szturmaj ROSARIO, ARGENTINA
      • 12 months ago

      Beacuse Linux is my primary OS

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