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Valve announces the launch of a new beta version of Steam Play for Linux users, following last week's indications that something like this was coming (thanks Bill). Steam Play is Valve's name for the program that gives customers to the Windows, macOS, and Linux editions of their games as part of a single purchase. Up until now this relied on whatever platforms developers chose to support, but now they announce Steam Play will allow Linux gamers to play Windows games using Proton, a modified version of Wine, the not emulator. Proton is free, open-source software, and it is available on GitHub. They are supporting a limited number of games with this first beta, and plan on enabling more titles in the near future. Here's word:
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