Rumour – Metro Last Light To Arrive On Steam For Linux Soon

/ 5 years ago


Steam for Linux has been out for a while now but it hasn’t really brought any top-tier games as of yet. Apart from Valve games and some indie developers most developers haven’t been interested in offering Linux support or giving people the relevant tools to develop that open source support. That said, according to Softpedia we could be seeing Metro Last Light arrive on Steam for Linux in the very near future, and Metro Last Light is definitely a top-tier game.

The information comes from the CDR database over at Steam Database which shows that the Linux version will soon have Metro Last Light. While this isn’t a rock-solid confirmation we have seen a typical trend in the past of new Steam games being visible in the CDR database about a month before their official launch.

Stay tuned to this one and we will be sure to bring you more details as soon as we get them.

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One Response to “Rumour – Metro Last Light To Arrive On Steam For Linux Soon”
  1. Alistair Hardy says:

    My issue with Linux is that there is always an extra few steps. it’s gotten better but there is still room to improve.
    With windows, if something doesn’t work, it normally isn’t hard to fix it… with linux, my instant response is ‘What is it this time’.

    good to see games moving over, though i thought Metro was a DirectX bed buddy.

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