Defense Of The Ancients
Blizzard and Valve have announced a mutual agreement over the use of DOTA. Valve will continue to use DOTA commercially, while Blizzard’s DOTA will be called Blizzard All-Stars.
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Valve has said Defense of the Ancients 2 will maintain the core gameplay of DotA along with the “actual game rules” as the firm would be “hard-pressed” to improve upon the main mechanics.
Are you ready to defend some ancients? Huh? What’s an ancient? Well, it’s something that needs defending. Clearly. And Valve plans to help with Defense of the Ancients 2.
League of Legends developer Riot Games has filed a trademark for Defense of the Ancients in a counter to the one filed by Valve, in order to keep the popular mod public.
The possibility of Valve releasing Defense of the Ancients crossed a little further into fact today thanks to a trademark dug up by super-sleuth Superannuation.
Jon St. John, the fella who provided the voice for our beefy hero in Duke Nukem 3D, has tweeted his return from Valve studios in Seattle where he was apparently doing voice work for Defense of the Ancients.
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