Steam for Linux limited beta has arrived!

The Valve Linux team is proud to announce the launch of a limited access beta for its new Steam for Linux client.
The Steam for Linux Beta client supports the free-to-play game Team Fortress 2. Approximately two dozen additional Steam titles are now also available for play on Ubuntu.
Additionally, the Steam for Linux Beta client includes Big Picture, the mode of Steam designed for use with a TV and controller, also currently in beta.

NVIDIA Delivers Massive Performance Boost To Linux Gaming

Nvidia + Steam = Love

NVIDIA today announced the latest NVIDIA® GeForce® drivers -- R310 -- double the performance(1) and dramatically reduce game loading times for those gaming on the Linux operating system.
The result of almost a year of development by NVIDIA, Valve and other game developers, the new GeForce R310 drivers are designed to give GeForce customers the best possible Linux-based PC gaming experience -- and showcase the enormous potential of the world's biggest open-source operating system.

Valve said: Only 1K testers for Steam on Linux Beta-Version testing. Be first !

Steam Linux Beta

While the public beta of the Steam Linux client is about to start very soon,
Linux team at Valve seeks beta testers for the Linux version of Steam.
The company seek the 1000 experienced Linux users, who can adequately evaluate the performance of Steam on Linux
and a healthy spirit present in this case to the bug reports sending.
Read more and be first...

Killing Floor Supports Linux

Killing Floor

While the public beta of the Steam Linux client is about to start very soon, the list of Steam games for Linux is uninterruptedly growing. Apart of the long-known games for Linux, such as World of Goo or Darwinia, new very successful titles like Serious Sam 3 or Killing Floor have been marked as Linux compatible in the Steam's game database recently. At the moment the Steam game list includes 28 games supporting Linux.


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