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Battle.net Nix Flake

Sort of.


  1. Download the Battle.net setup: https://download.battle.net/?product=bnetdesk
  2. Clone and nix develop . (or use direnv and direnv allow)
  3. Follow https://nixos.wiki/wiki/Battle.net
export WINEARCH=win64
export WINEPREFIX=$PWD/wineprefix
winetricks dxvk

Once Battle.net is installed, you probably want to launch the up-to-date version directly to avoid repeated updates:

I usually copy my WoW installation from another machine to ./wow (so it is .gitignore'd) and manually locate it for the Battle.net Launcher. This makes things like installing addons and whatnot a little easier that going to "./wineprefix/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/World of Warcraft".