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Valve releases Counter-Strike: Condition Zero for Linux

Valve has made Counter-Strike: Condition Zero available on Linux, increasing their title count to 5

| Gaming News | Posted: Mar 6, 2013 11:01 pm

Valve continues to make the push for Linux gaming by releasing their fifth title to be compatible with the Linux operating system. Joining the ranks of 79 other games available through the newly released Steam for Linux client on Linux, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero pushes that count up to 80.

 

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We have made Counter-Strike: Condition Zero available in Beta form on Linux, just go to your library list and double click the game to install.

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