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Portal out of Beta, what's next for Valve's Linux titles?

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That's right yet another title is now official stable enough not be in Beta, that's Portal for Linux!

So then Valve have released a few awesome titles onto Linux and I am sure many will be forever grateful for their Linux push, they still have a few titles still to come and I am wandering, when they will come to Linux?

Portal 2
So we have Portal now, one of Valve's most interesting titles that's for sure but can anyone guess when we will see Portal 2? Portal 2 expands a lot on the first one and includes a co-op mode to play with friends so, it's sure to be another hit! When will it hit though? That's the real question.

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