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How to play Legion TD 2 on Linux

Legion TD 2 is a tower defense game for Windows. It was developed and published by AutoAttack Games. Thanks to Proton, you’ll be able to play this game on Linux. Here’s how.

Getting Legion TD 2 working on Linux

Legion TD 2 is not a Linux game, but it’s rated so highly on ProtonDB, it might as well be. To play this game on your Linux computer, you’ll need Steam.

Install Steam

Why Steam? Because Legion TD 2 is built for Windows, and to run it on Linux, you need to install the Linux release of Steam. To get Steam working, open up a terminal window.

You can launch a terminal window on the Linux desktop by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T on the keyboard. Alternatively, search for “Terminal” in the app menu and launch it that way.

Ubuntu

Steam works on Ubuntu out of the box. If you’re using Ubuntu, you’ll be able to get the app working using the following apt install command below.

sudo apt install steam

Debian

Steam works on Debian. However, you’ll have to download the latest Steam DEB package directly from Valve to get the app working. To download Steam, use the following wget download command.

wget https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/client/installer/steam.deb

After downloading the latest release of Steam to your Debian Linux computer, the installation can begin. Using the dpkg command down below, install Steam.

sudo dpkg -i steam.deb

Once the Steam DEB package is installed, the app is set up. That being said, there are issues to fix. You’ll need to correct any dependency errors that occurred during the installation process.

sudo apt-get install -f

Arch Linux

Arch Linux makes the Steam app available in the “multilib” software repo. However, not every Arch user has “multilib” enabled by default, so it’ll need to be turned on.

To enable the “multilib” software repository, open up the /etc/pacman.conf file in your favorite text editor (as root). With the file open, find “multilib” and remove the # symbol from in front and the lines directly below.

When done editing, save the edits and close the text editor. Then, re-sync Arch Linux with the official servers using the command below.

sudo pacman -Syy

Finally, install the latest release of Steam on your computer.

sudo pacman -S steam

Fedora/OpenSUSE

Steam works on both Fedora as well as OpenSUSE. Users can install Steam on these operating systems out of the box. That said, this release of Steam doesn’t work as well as the flatpak release. We suggest installing the Flatpak version of Steam instead.

Flatpak

To get Steam working via Flatpak, you’ll need to install the Flatpak runtime as well as configure the Flathub app store. To set up the runtime, please follow our guide on the subject.

Once the Flatpak runtime is running, set up the Flathub app store. To set up the store, run the following remote-add command.

flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo

With the Flathub app store configured, use the flatpak install command to install the latest release of Steam.

flatpak install flathub com.valvesoftware.Steam

Install Legion TD 2 on Linux

With Steam installed, you’ll need to log in. Launch the app and log into your account using your Steam user credentials. Then, follow the step-by-step instructions below to get Legion TD 2 working on Linux.

Step 1: Find the “Steam” menu and click on it with the mouse. After that, find the “Settings” button and click on it to access the Steam settings.

Inside the Steam settings area, find the “Steam Play” section. Then, select both the “Enable Steam Play for supported titles” box and the “Enable Steam Play for all other titles” box. Select the “OK” to save the settings.

Step 2: Find the “Store” button and click on it with the mouse to access the Steam store. Then, find the search box and click on it with the mouse.

Type in “Legion TD 2” and press the Enter key to view the search results in the search box. Look through the results and select “Legion TD 2” to access the game’s store page.

Step 3: On the Legion TD 2 game page, find the green “Add to cart” button and select it with the mouse. After clicking on the “Add to cart” button, go through the process of purchasing the game.

Step 4: After buying the game, click on the “Library” button to access your Steam games library. Then, look through your library for the blue “INSTALL” button to download and install the game to your computer.

The installation process for Legion TD 2 could take a bit of time.

Step 5: When the installation process for Legion TD 2 is complete, the blue “INSTALL” button will become a green “PLAY” button. Click on this “PLAY” button to start up the game.

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