"This summer, all Battle Pass owners are invited to undertake a cooperative adventure into the blackest depths of Dark Reef".
DOTA 2, usually a video game about saying mean things to other humans over the internet, is embracing the spirit of togetherness later this year with the release of a series of co-op story missions, part of a campaign called Siltbreaker.
Called the Siltbreaker, Dota's multiplayer campaign will be released later this month with its second edition slated to be launched in June 2017.
Dota 2 is finally giving its players their much-needed break from the toxicity and unhealthy competitive environment.
Battle Pass 2017 is $9.99 to begin at level 1, $36.99 to purchase level 75 with additional levels also available: 5 levels for $2.49, 11 levels for $4.99 and 24 levels for $9.99.
Act 2 (A Vault in the Deep) will go live in July 2017.
Valve's online role-playing team strategy game has announced its first ever campaign mode which is going to cost a minimum of $10 to access and is the first chargeable game mode for DOTA's core gameplay. Get enough of those, and you can spin the "Wheel of Rewards," which will give you a chance to win an exclusive Desert Sands Baby Roshan.
Siltbreaker offers a new in-game currency: Campaign XP. For sure, Valve is trying out something new, whether to keep its players interested or to garner some from the players who love story-driven video games.
The Battle Pass includes a significant amount of other content as well, such as a new map terrain titled, Reef's Edge, which is themed after the co-op campaign's underwater setting.