For those unfamiliar, back in 2019, Valve launched an autochess battler in the form of Dota Underlords. The game has been on Steam Early Access for a while now which essentially meant that it was in beta, but the good news is that if you were looking forward to the full release, Valve has announced that the game has since left Early Access and that Season One of the game is now live.

If you haven’t played the game for a while, the game has changed quite a bit since it was in Early Access. There are many changes made to the UI of the game, there are different gameplay modes now, and there are a bunch of new heroes and characters that have been added to the game.

There is even a battle pass that can be bought for $5 which allows gamers to unlock a ton of rewards as they play through the game. We have been wondering how Valve planned to monetize the game, and it looks like the battle pass is one of those ways. For those who are unfamiliar, Dota Underlords is an autochess battler game.

The game will feature “chess” pieces placed on a board determined by the player that are based on Dota characters, where players need to figure out the right combination of character types in order to beat their opponents. The game itself is free to play and is available on iOS, Android, and Steam, so check it out if this sounds like something you might be interested in.

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