Steam for Linux beta opens with new Nvidia drivers in tow
Let the pandering to Linux gamers begin! Valve has just kicked off the Steam for Linux beta, bringing the Steam client, a free-to-play version of Team Fortress 2, and other titles to Ubuntu 12.04. (Valve says two dozen games beside TF2 have made it in, but the announcement doesn't say which ones.)
This is a closed beta for now. Valve has received more than 60,000 applications since the signup page went up late last month, and an undisclosed number of those folks will be allowed into the first wave of the closed beta. The firm plans to open the beta to more users as time goes on. "Once the team has seen a solid level of stability and performance across a variety of systems," it adds, "the Steam for Linux client will become available to all users of Steam."
Free OS + best free game = cheapest gaming thrills :D
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