PSA: Steam for Linux Beta Now Available to Everyone

December 20, 2012 -

Valve Software announced today that the Steam Linux beta client is now available to all Steam users. The Linux client for the popular digital distribution platform had previously been available only to a select few Steam users. Along with access to the client for everyone, the beta is supported by a "growing catalog" of Linux-supported games, an "active" Steam for Linux community group, and a new GitHub bug reporting repository.

Games available for Linux via the Steam client include Harvest: Massive Encounter, Aquaria, World of Goo, Multiwinia, Team Fortress 2, DEFCON, Uplink, Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45, Serious Sam 3 BFE, portal and many more. In all there are around 39 titles that work with the beta client as of this writing. For a full list of games, check out the Steam Catalog.

To get started, you can find the Steam Linux client here. You can also check out the Steam Community discussion and support groups here and report any issues with the client via this Github repository.

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