Which by all accounts is the evolution of the current bi-annual Battle Pass. Included in Dota Plus is Hero Leveling to unlock badges and progression rewards, and a detailed Plus Assistant that will let players better understand their play-style via graphs and analysis tools. Also, access to play in weekend tournaments.
In the form of free mods to existing DOS ports already available for purchase. Which, in their current state are somewhat archaic in the options they provide. Realtech VR is handling the remastered mods, which will offer 1080p 60fps updates to the classic and original Tomb Raider games. Videos of the first two games in remastered form after the jump.
With the first match between Blank Blue and Kanga Esports streaming live from 2:00pm AEDT - embedded after the jump. For those that need a reminder Overwatch Contenders is a semi-professional league that will showcase the best local talent, where they'll go up against each other and possibly make it to the Big Leagues. As in the Overwatch League.
Not that it ever left, but it's been a long time since the time we got releases like Team Fortress 2, Portal, and Left 4 Dead coming from Valve. During a recent presentation for the upcoming DOTA 2 themed card game Artifact, studio-head Gabe Newell noted that "Artifact is the first of several games that are going to be coming from us."
It's a question that any self-respecting tech geek asks at one point or another. Could I setup my own media network? Okay, so maybe not. Anyway, thanks to our friends at Netgear and Western Digital we were able to take a look at their products and decide just that. Plus, throw in game storage too. Because, well, when you're building a media storage solution. Go big.
And will include, SPOILER ALERT, two unique endings featuring two very different Jokers. Yeah, even though this season has been somewhat unspectacular in terms of storytelling it's good to see the best part being pushed front and centre for the finale. Called 'Same Stitch' it drops March 27 for all platforms.
U.S. President Donald Trump invited lawmakers and members of the videogame industry to the White House to discuss that old chestnut - violence in games. According to meeting participant, Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, "The president opened up with a video presentation, just some horrendous butchery from the videogames and he turns to the industry and says, ‘What do you have to say about this?'".