Valve’s Dota 2 is definitely not a new game and there have been many gamers who have been playing it for at least the past year or so. Heck, we’ve even seen several competitions held around the game where gamers have won money from it, but the good news is that if you have been thinking about getting your hands on the game, you now can because thanks to a recent patch that was released for the game, gamers will be able to download the game and start playing right away.
Like we said earlier, the game is not a new one and if you’re wondering what the fuss is about, it is because previously before the patch was released, gamers had to wait for their accounts to be activated before they were able to start playing, but now thanks to the patch, the waiting time is now over. Dota 2 is based on the Dota game that was originally released as a mod for Blizzard’s Warcraft 3 RTS game, and while Blizzard and Valve might have had a dispute over the title, Valve ultimately won the rights to the name, with Blizzard releasing their own MOBA called Heroes of the Storm.
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