Valve has been working directly with anti-cheat developers to enable support for systems like EAC and BattlEye on Linux.
The trend appears to be continuing, with the October numbers up from Valve which show Steam usage on Linux is now at 1.13%.
According to the Steam Survey, this is the first time that the tracker has shown above an 1% Linux share since at least September 2018.
Valve and AMD are working together to develop a better CPU performance scaling driver for Linux, targeting the Steam Deck gaming console.
Valve is getting into the handheld gaming business - some of the latest AMD architecture power Steam Deck for top-notch AAA gaming action.
Valve continue to polish the Steam Client and a new version has been released. On the Linux side, there are several changes and fixes.
Valve is significantly expanding your ability to share games at home and with your friends for free using Steam Link app.
Proton is a compatibility layer that allows games designed for Windows to run in Linux.