Valve has announced the Linux client for Steam is now available with 50 Linux titles on sale for 50-75% off until Wednesday, February 21. You can grab the client from the Ubuntu Software Center. Team Fortress 2 is also now available on Steam for Linux and for a limited time, users will automatically receive a free in-game item: Tux, the Linux mascot. It’s the penguin. Additional Valve titles available on Steam for Linux include Half-Life, Counter-Strike 1.6, and Counter-Strike: Source, Big Picture, and access to the Steam for Linux Community Hub.
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Counter Strike 1.6
Counter Strike Source
Valve has released Linux versions of Half-Life, Counter-Strike and Counter-Strike: Source on Steam. Steam’s Linux client, which is designed for use with Ubuntu, now boasts support for 93 titles and DLC packages, including Crusader Kings II, Serous Sam 3, FTL, Waveform, Trine 2 and Dungeons of Dredmor. Thanks, PC Gamer.
Valve’s avowed intent to unify Counter-strike 1.6 and Source players with Counter-strike: Global Offensive will enable an even greater domination of the eSports scene.
Valve will let fans sell 3D-printed merch for Dota 2, CS: GO, Portal, Half-Life, and Team Fortress 2
If you thought Valve turning game submissions over to fans was a big deal, buckle up.
A project which combines content from the cancelled Half-Life 2: Episode 3 has been released in the wake of Marc Laidlaw’s “Epistle 3” posted last week.