Canonical has today announced on their blog that the Steam for Linux client has now officially arrived in the Ubuntu Software Center and is now available to download.
To celebrate the arrival of Steam in the Ubuntu Software Center, Canonical has reduce every Ubuntu title is in the store for a limited period. Which are now on sale with 50-75 percent off, until 10am on Monday 21st February 2013.
So don’t delay if you are looking to bag awesome Valve titles on Ubuntu, including Half-Life, Counter-Strike and Team Fortress 2, which is free-to-play. Canonical explains:
“Canonical and Valve have worked closely together to make Ubuntu the best performing open platform for gaming and now the ultimate entertainment platform is fully supported.”- We welcome all the new Steam users who can now upgrade to Ubuntu. Steam Big Picture running on your Ubuntu computer connected to the living room TV is a great way to experience the future today. Canonical looks forward to the steady progress of games from all our partners on Ubuntu on the desktop and soon on the Ubuntu phone and tablet in due course.”
Source: CanonicalFiled Under: Linux News
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