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Valve's Portal 2 Now In Beta On Linux

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Published on 25 February 2014 05:40 PM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Valve
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For those that haven't fired up their Steam Linux client in the past few hours, Portal 2 is finally available!

The native Linux version of Valve's very popular Portal 2 game is now in beta. As long as you subscribe to the game's beta channel, it should be available from the Steam Linux client.

Portal 2 is available on Steam for a cost of $19.99 USD. More details at SteamPowered.com and the game was first released for Windows in 2011.


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