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Half-Life 2, EP1, EP2 and Lost Coast hit Linux!

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You heard right, Half-Life 2, Episode 1, Episode 2 and Lost Coast are now available on Linux in Beta form!

Didn't see that one coming! The Linux versions come as part of their Steam Pipe beta versions!

That's a pretty heft list of Valve games we now have on Linux that's for sure!

To install you need to right click -> properties -> beta's tab -> select steam pipe beta to get the Linux versions.
Update: You only need to install not enter the beta as it's the only version out for Linux.

They all show up in my Linux list now too, downloading right now to test.

Considering all the titles we have now, it really can't be long until we see DOTA2, Counter Strike:GO and Portal 2! Article taken from
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Orkultus 10 May, 2013
When are we getting painkiller - Hell and Damnation?
Sabun 10 May, 2013
Quoting: OrkultusWhen are we getting painkiller - Hell and Damnation?
Good question. The devs did say around April or May, so it could be before the end of this month. Oh man, so many goodies for Linux. I'm behaving like a child on the inside with all these releases ^_^
Qantourisc 15 May, 2013
When the non-alpha comes out, will I need to redownload ?
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