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jakeri Apr 12 @ 11:40pm
Why isn't there Steam linux version, but there is non-steam linux version?
There is a non-steam, linux version available so why isn't the linux version available in steam too? The weirdest thing is that when I play the non-steam version on linux, my steam still counts the hours i've played.
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Californ1a Apr 13 @ 1:07am 
Because it has to go through a verification process before it is released on steam, it takes a while.
tolenmar Apr 14 @ 7:00am 
It already has taken a while. I'm still pretty ♥♥♥♥ed that this was why I bought the bundle and I can't run it.
Californ1a Apr 14 @ 10:45am 
It will still count it as a steam game if you have steam running when you launch the game.
cyanic Apr 16 @ 5:04pm 
UDK has built-in Steam support, and I suppose that extends to Linux as well. Maybe Steam's picked up on UDK's attempt to communicate with it?
Californ1a Apr 16 @ 6:05pm 
It's because the game is already provided with the necessary files to hook into Steam.
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