Steam for Linux Made Public
In case you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last few months, Steam has been porting its client over to GNU/Linux, a free and open source operating system,  with the help of a closed beta program. Until now, only a few thousand users were allowed to participate, but today Steam has opened the client publicly. Currently there are only a handful of games available on the client, as they have to be ported to the operating system to work. Some of those games include Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Killing Floor, and Valve’s own Team Fortress 2. Along with the public release, Steam claims they will now be tracking bugs via GitHub. A download for the Steam for Linux Beta client can be found here, and more information on the release can be found here.

Steam for Linux Made Public

In case you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last few months, Steam has been porting its client over to GNU/Linux, a free and open source operating system,  with the help of a closed beta program. Until now, only a few thousand users were allowed to participate, but today Steam has opened the client publicly. Currently there are only a handful of games available on the client, as they have to be ported to the operating system to work. Some of those games include Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Killing Floor, and Valve’s own Team Fortress 2. Along with the public release, Steam claims they will now be tracking bugs via GitHub. A download for the Steam for Linux Beta client can be found here, and more information on the release can be found here.