Now everyone can try Steam for Linux: Open public beta
Today is a great day for users of Linux based operating systems. Because valve makes his grand entrance to the platform, announcing the general availability of its Steam gaming manager, who just happened to open beta testing phase where anyone can download for free to play three titles.
A couple of months ago, Valve announced the opening of a beta closed and limited to only 1,000 users chosen by the company, who were the first guinea pigs to help uncover errors and failures before the product to market. Now, the second step is to extend this testing ground to all who wish to participate on a voluntary basis, which can access the repository of Valve to get a copy of Steam for Linux, being able to play so far three video games based on the graphics engine Source: Team Fortress 2, Portal and Serious Sam BFE, being planned arrival of Left 4 Dead 2 in a short term.
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