Valve is opening the Left 4 Dead 2 on Linux beta to the general gaming public next week. Owners of the Steam version of the game will soon have access to the beta, alongside the already accessible Extended Mutation System that was made available back in February.
Unfortunately, the multiplayer is limited to the pool of players who are participating in the soon-to-be-public beta, and if you are one of the unfortunate souls who have capped bandwidths — as someone who had to endure this recently, my heart goes out to you — Valve adds you “might want to wait for the changes to move to the main game.” Any Linux enthusiasts interested in checking this out?
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