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Steam Linux to Launch Open Beta Next Week

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‘Steam for Linux’ will be available for everyone to try from next week, after spending just over a month as a limited beta.

Valve cite the ‘stability of the client’ as allowing for the beta to be opened up to more users.

“The Open Beta will be available to the public and will increase the current population from 80K to a higher number,” they wrote in a message to the closed Steam for Linux Mailing List.

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