Serious Sam 3: BFE, the first-person shooter from developer Croteam, received Steam Workshop support today, allowing players to modify the game and share their creations, publisher Devolver Digital announced on its website.
Using Steam Workshop, players will be able to modify weapons, enemies and gameplay components. The title update will include over 60 mods at launch and new fan-made multiplayer and survival maps. You can also check out an FAQ and a Wiki explaining Steam Workshop support.
Earlier this week, Croteam announced that Serious Sam 3: BFE would be part of the Steam Linux client beta, which will bring Valve's digital distribution platform to the operating system alongside Portal and Team Fortress 2. Valve previously announced that Left 4 Dead 2 would be the first game optimized for Ubuntu. Linux users interested in signing up for the beta can do so at Valve's website.
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