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Dota 2, the official stand alone sequel to the Warcraft III mod from Valve, has now officially launched as a free-to-play game after a two year long beta testing period.
Weta has announced it will sell a series of collectible statues, weapons and armor based on Valve's upcoming action-RTS game DOTA 2, with pre-orders to begin on Friday.
Valve has released the DOTA 2 spectator client for all Steam users, allowing anyone to view online matches in the action-RTS game, including the matches for the upcoming Invitational Tournament.
Valve has added a new feature to the beta of Dota 2 that will allow organizers of professional gaming tournaments to charge money to the public to view online matches.
In a new blog post, it is revealed that Valve has hired Yanis Varoufakis, an academic economist from Greece, to be the game developer's new "economist-in-residence".
Valve has confirmed that its upcoming action-RTS game DOTA 2 will indeed be a free-to-play title and that there will also be a in-game store where players can purchase cosmetic items.
Blizzard and Valve have settled their DOTA trademark dispute, with Valve still able to use DOTA 2 for its upcoming action-RTS game while Blizzard will now called Blizzard DOTA Blizzard All-Stars.
Valve will once again hold a massive DOTA 2 tournament, with 16 teams from around the world participating. The event will be held in Seattle during PAX Prime 2012 and the winning team gets $1 million.
The new employee manual for Valve's workers has been uploaded to the Internet and it makes for some entertaining reading along with some insights as to how Valve works.
Valve's Gabe Newell has indicated that it will offer Steam users free games such as Portal 2 as compensation for the issues that occurred due to this week's cyber attack on the download service.
Today's gaming news round-up includes news of Gears of War 3 DLC packs, Battlefield 3, confirmation of layoffs at Silicon Knights, DOTA 2 beta release plans and much more.
The official Dota 2 web site has announced that the stand alone sequel to the popular action-RTS mod will be released to the public earlier than expected even though the game isn't completed.
Valve gave $1 million to Na'Vi, the Ukraine team who beat 15 other teams from around the world to win the first pro DOTA 2 championship.
DOTA 2, the sequel to the Warcraft III mod Defense of the Ancients, won't make a 2011 release date after all, according to Valve CEO Gabe Newell.
Beta sign-ups to test DOTA 2 have started even as the upcoming action-RTS game from Valve will be fully revealed later this week at Gamescom.
Valve has now officially announced it will show off Dota 2, the sequel (sort of) to the popular Warcraft III mod, at Gamescom in mid-August in Germany, along with the first ever Dota 2 tournament.
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