Gaming on Linux is Not a Myth
One of the popular Linux myth is that you cannot play games on Linux. This is not true, specially in the year 2020. Linux gaming has improved a lot. There are more native games today and with Steam, you can also play many Windows-only games on Linux.
Everything You Need to Know About Linux Gaming
If you are new to Linux and curious about gaming on Linux, this article is a good starting point for you as it answers most frequently asked questions about Linux gaming.
Steam is your best bet for getting new and popular games on Linux.
With Steam, you can also play Windows-only games on Linux.
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