The other day, it was reported that Valve could work on something that would make it easier for developers to create Windows games that could also run on Linux on Steam. The good news for those running Linux machines is that it seems that Valve has something for you in the form of an updated version of Steam Play.
For the unknown, Steam Play is where users only need to make a single purchase of a game to enjoy it on Mac, Windows or Linux computers, provided that the game in question supports these platforms. But with the improved version of Steam Play, it will now allow games created for Windows to run on Linux, even if the game does not have a native Linux version available.
According to Valve, this also means full original support for Steamworks and OpenVR, and that DirectX 1
As said, not all games are still supported and note that this version of Steam Play is still in beta, which means that certain quirks and bugs may still need to be ironed out. Meanwhile, players who are interested can proceed to the Steam Community page to check out the list of games currently compatible.
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