Valve's 2004 entry in the Counter-Strike franchise, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, is now available for Linux through Steam, the company announced today.
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero includes a team-based competitive multiplayer mode and a series of single-player missions, in which players are aided by a team of bots. Condition Zero was co-developed by Valve, Gearbox Software, Ritual Entertainment and Turtle Rock Studios.
The port of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero brings the number of available Linux titles on Steam to 80, Valve says. CS:CZ is the fifth Valve game for Linux, following Half-Life, Counter-Strike, Counter-Strike: Source and Team Fortress 2.
In an announcement, Valve promises more Linux titles in the coming weeks and months.