Go to Properties and enable "Force the use of a specific Steam play compatibility tool" and make sure the latest Proton is selected. If the game doesn't start, you may have to copy some files:cp -r $HOME/.local/share/Steam/SteamApps/common/the\ witcher\ 2/bin/config/* $HOME/.local/share/Steam/SteamApps/compatdata/20920/pfx/drive_c/users/steamuser/My\ Documents/Witcher\ 2/Config 
Barring that, if you have some save files with varying endgame choices (killed/spared monsters, Triss/Shani etc.) and paths (Order/Neutral/Scoia'tel), feel free to hit me up in Chat - I'll happily host the file and let you link it for an accepted answer if there's no better solution. If we get a bunch of people sending saves to me, a nice orderly CW answer could be a great resource.
felatiomonger posted...does such a thing exist? I think I've heard others mentioning it but I havent seen anything.I lost my witcher 1 save quite a while ago and recently I was trying to rebeat it but I havent had the timeI would like to recreate my save via an editor as opposed to trying to hurry and beat the first game again and wait to play 2 (Really don't want to skip the import step)
This editor is on track to become "officially endorsed" by BasiliskGames as the tool to use for mod creation in Eschalon Book III.Thisforum post details the current state of mod support in Book III version1.02. Right now all the released mods for Books II and III are distributedin a "savegame" format, where you start a new game and then copy the modfiles into your save slot. The officially-supported modding mechanism willinvolve using "global" map files put into a "mods" directory - see the forumpost for more information about that.
This is a pack of saves coming from different moments of the game. It is primarily used to be able to carry over progress to the third installment. Of the more important choices, Geralt allied himself with Scoia'tael (while trying to be friendly to Vernon Roche) and killed Letho at the end. 1e1e36bf2d