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See how to easily install Uplay on Linux

Now you will be able to install the official Ubisoft store and play some of the company's hits.

Nowadays, when it comes to games, we have several stores like Origin, from EA Games, Battle.net from Blizzard, GOG Galaxy (GOG), Steam, Epic Games, Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Uplay. In this tutorial today we will teach you how to install it on Linux.

See how to easily install Uplay on Linux

Let's go to UPLAY installation

For starters, let's prepare Linux to run games, so as not to extend too much, I recommend following the guide we created for that. T well explained and detailed.

Once Linux is prepared and Lutris is installed, as taught in our article, you can install Uplay in two ways. The first is to search Lutris himself for her, as shown in the figure below. Then just click Install (In the image below, the install button would appear where it says Play)

The second way, using the Lutris website. In the Search bar, search for Uplay, and then click the store icon.

Click Install, Lutris or a popup will open.

Wait for the installation and enjoy it. Remember that some games may not work, such as Rainbow Six Siege (R6), which because of the game's Anti-cheat, bars the Wine/DXVK. Of the 7 games I have there, aside from the R6, some have run satisfactorily. The games I got there were the free ones like UNO Demo, Rayman Legends Demo, World in Conflict, and some Assassin's Creed like Black Flag, Unity and Chronicles China. Already Watch_Dogs 1, works almost 100%, but the sound does not work in gameplay, already in menus.

This may happen in some titles (some extra configuration is required), but that does not mean that this is forever.

If you needed that little help to run the Uplay, I hope this tutorial helps you.

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