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Post by Dan @ 05:25pm 02/11/10 | 6 Comments
Offering the first new scraps of information since the game's announcement, Valve have now launched an official website for their recently announced DOTA2. Over at dota2.com you can find a blog that promises to be the place to be for the game's development news.

The inaugural post features a Q&A from Icefrog responding to a bunch of good questions from the community that include an explanation of bots and reconnect support and inter-region compatibility.
Q: Can I still play with my friends from America even though I am European? (by Adam Mosley)
A: Yes, a lot of people have friends in different regions and we want to allow them to easily interact. One of the things that makes DotA special is how big the community is, so we will do our best to make it easy to connect and communicate with one another.
No new comments have been made as to Valve's controversial pursuit of the DOTA trademark however.





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Blade
Posted 10:56pm 02/11/10
"One of the things that makes DotA special is how big the community is" notice the lack of the word "friendly"...
gamer
Posted 09:09am 03/11/10
hes refering to the community and it's ability to impact the development, aka balance/be fair with admitting stuff is OP etc

icefrog is an amazing game dev... sure he isnt a uni/quantum grad or works for a large company or someshit but hes managed to keep a war3 map amazingly balanced for years. hes quite under-rated imo.
Robbo
Posted 10:24am 03/11/10
Over rated imo.
Rawprawn
Posted 01:18pm 03/11/10
I'd agree that the guy has talent, no question, but I just wish they'd addressed the elephant in the room. There are 2 DOTA clones floating about (HoN, LoL) and it'd be good to know what they're doing to set themselves apart from that. Not sure that having the talented Icefrog on staff is going to be enough D:

The concept art looks pretty cool though :D
ravn0s
Posted 01:39pm 03/11/10
the fact that its being made by valve sets it apart from the rest :p
Nerfington
Posted 02:12pm 03/11/10
No Heimerdinger no interest.
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