Steam for Linux :: Introducing a new version of Steam Play

In 2010, we announced Steam Play: a way for Steam users to access Windows, Mac and Linux versions of Steam games with a single purchase. More than 3000 of the games that have been added to Steam after that point have included Linux support, with more titles being added every day. Since then, we've continued to look for ways to make more titles easily accessible to Linux users.

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XiNatsuDragnel111d ago

Finally I'm happy to play Linux over Windows just me though.

lelo2play111d ago

Hardly anybody cares...

Just accept it Valve, most people prefer using Windows.

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Razzer109d ago

"Valve made an announcement today which might put an end to Windows’ monopoly in PC gaming."

Nope. Not even remotely.

saoco109d ago

Yea... it won't. But it's a step towards more options.

Razzer109d ago

No doubt. Glad Linux folks have access to more games, but most people don't use Linux because they just are not interested in alternate operating system. They just want one that runs all their stuff.

gamerz109d ago

This is great! The PS4 runs a modified version of FreeBSD that's similar to Linux. Hopefully in a few years we'll have something that's almost as good but free for everyone. A watershed moment for gaming.

Iltapalanyymi109d ago

i don't get why everyone feels so threatened, this is great news