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Posted by on Jul 17, 2012 in Hardware News |

Steam for Linux is now official

Steam for Linux is now official

And just like that, no more rumors . Because Valve, the company behind the platform and Source graphics engine to move video game, opened the official blog of Steam on Linux , confirming the arrival of this software to the platform of happy penguin.

By all accounts the first blog post, the team behind the development is in a fairly early stage where chose to start the tests, achieving the title run successfully. Following this achievement, interest grew in and established the following guidelines for meeting the future: Steam Client have a 100% functional on Linux, optimize the game Left 4 Dead 2 running at high FPS using OpenGL, and finally , translate or portage over to game titles, and not necessarily just Ubuntu, but also to other distributions.

So pay attention to information that will appear in the course of weeks, especially Linux users who miss the games made by Valve, or who did not want to migrate to this platform because of the lack of support for these titles.

Link: Steam’d Penguins (Valve)

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