Valve Rolls Out Useful Linux Updates For TF2 & CS:GO
Written by Michael Larabel in Valve on 7 January 2016 at 10:02 PM EST. 18 Comments
VALVE --
Valve today rolled out some nice updates for gamers of Team Fortress 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, including Linux-specific improvements.

With today's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive update there are Linux-specific changes of upgrading the used version of libSDL, improved game performance during the end of match scoreboard, and improved sound options. Other general changes include official game servers in India, upgraded the first-person arm, hands, and glov models, killer replay improvements, and more.

The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive changes are outlined here.

Also out today is a Team Fortress 2 update. Changes here include significantly reduced memory usage for Mac and Linux clients, a number of fixes, some updated models/materials, and other changes.
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