Valve's annual 'Steam Summer Sale' is now underway with a number of Linux-friendly games taking part.
A native Linux release of tactical turn-based game 'XCOM: Enemy Unknown', first released in 2012, has been made available to buy on Steam.
Sid Meier's Civilization V may have only just arrived on Linux but fans of the strategy game series may soon have more reason to cheer...
We already knew the next game in the series – Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth – would support Linux at launch, but today's launch of Civilization V on Linux comes as a surprise.
The latest, and apparently final, entry in 11 Bit Studios' real time strategy series 'Anomaly' goes on sale today, and a Linux version is available from the get-go.
The next instalment of Unreal Tournament, the acclaimed first-person shooter video game series made by Epic Games, will be available on Linux.
Holding out hope of seeing Codemasters' games rock up on Linux? The British company has said support for Linux is 'a matter of when, not if'.
An updated version of the Steam desktop client has been released featuring a number of improvements, including Ubuntu 14.04 LTS support.
Just days after GOG.com announced Linux support coming this fall, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings has made an appearance on Steam for Linux.
Valve has announced that a beta of Portal 2 is now available on Steam for Linux, marking the first time that the game has been available on the platform.
One year on from its arrival in the Ubuntu Software Center, Steam for Linux now offers more than 500 gaming titles - an increase of 900%.
Linux gamers looking for a way to bring together your favourite open source titles, Wine games, and – now – Steam need look no further than Lutris.