Valve tears into Steam Linux beta

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I generally loathe Mondays, apart from obvious reasons like; I have to almost use my brain for anything other than playing games, I never find awesome news to do and that just sucks bricks. But hey, did you know Valve has now officially gone into the next phase of brining Steam to Linux?

No? Well now you know. Valve has stated that for more extensive beta testing, they’re looking for input from experienced Linux users. But only one thousand of them, because that’s the amount of slots that are available. The lucky gentlemen and ladies that get through the survey and offered a spot in the beta will be given a copy of the work-in-progress Steam Linux client. The client will have all functionality of the Windows and OS X clients, like buying and downloading titles, track and progress and communicate with friends.

If you’d like to give it a shot and try get into the beta, here’s the survey.

Last Updated: October 29, 2012

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