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Old 08-26-2018, 03:42 PM   #1
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LXer: Steam Play (Official) Provides Windows Games On Linux


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We knew that Valve was working on something like this, offering the possibility that Steam Linux users could play video games that have not been officially ported to the platform, that is, the majority of games available for Windows. But now not only has the existence of such a tool been confirmed, we can also test it now. The new Steam Play is basically a modified version of Wine created by Valve, called "Proton", an integrated directly in the Steam client. Proton is an open source project and is available on GitHub.

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