Steam For Linux Beta Now Open To The Public


Christmas has come early for Linux gamers, as Valve is officially opening up the Steam for Linux beta to the public. It’s easy enough to sign up. Interested participants simply register and download the client as a PC user would.

There are currently 39 games available to Linux users on Steam, but the amount becoming available is climbing and is starting to pick up speed. Notable titles like Amnesia, Killing Floor and even Faster Than Light are currently available to Linux users.

With Steam for Linux now being in open beta, this should mean that an official launch shouldn’t be that far from now.

Any Linux gamers out there? Are you enjoying the Steam for Linux beta? Sound off in the comments below!

source: Steam

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