Gabe Newell re-confirms Steam support for Linux

By Dave Oshry, Wednesday, 4 July 2012 22:00 GMT

Steam is coming to Linux.  Gabe Newell is very happy about that.  You should be too.

It’s pretty much been confirmed by everyone other than Gabe himself that Steam is coming to Linux this year.

However, in this short yet awkward video interview (where it looks as if the reporter has wrangled Gaben on the show floor of E3) Gabe makes a quick remark that re-confirms Valve’s committment to Linux.  Hooray.

Thanks, OMGubuntu

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