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Valve has put up their latest little festival to grab some more games with the Steam Racing Fest. It also comes with a new Steam feature with a mini-trivia game. If you play their racing trivia game you can end up with one of those cool looking profile badges.

Going over some of the big and / or otherwise interesting games on the list, here's a bunch that I picked out that are playable on Linux and Steam Deck that are discounted:

Steam Racing Fest will be live until May 30th.

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junibegood 24 May
For anyone interested in Horizon Chase Turbo, there is an even better deal on Fanatical
Cyril 24 May
So bad that Horizon Chase Turbo isn't outside of Steam DRM-Free...
tuubi 24 May
Quoting: LNXDirt 4 was my best driving experience ever using keyboard (no wheel). It's discounted as well. While Dirt Rally was my worst (wheel is mandatory here )
I can see how Dirt Rally would be horrible using a keyboard, but I have to say I got hundreds of hours of entertainment out of it with a cheap gamepad. Thumbsticks and triggers can't beat a wheel and pedals obviously, but they do the job. That said, it's a hard game to master no matter your control scheme.
scratchi 24 May
Quoting: bekoCan add now:

  • Fly Dangerous 100% off (cuz it's free and will always be - oh and it's opensource)


Steam threw a wrench into the planned release date so it only popped up today and not at the start of the Racing Fest.

Wow, nice! Works on FreeBSD! :D Thank you!
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