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{{Dota2}} '''Dota 2''' is an official follow-up to the Warcraft III custom map ''Defense of the Ancients''. It is an "Action RTS" where players control a Hero unit and engage enemy players using their Heroes' unique abilities. Valve is collaborating with one of the primary contributors of the original DotA series.
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{{Dota2}} '''Dota 2''' is the official follow-up to the Warcraft III custom map ''[[Wikipedia:Defense of the Ancients|Defense of the Ancients]]''. It is an "Action RTS" where players control a Hero unit and engage enemy players using their Heroes' unique abilities. Valve is collaborating with one of the primary contributors of the original DotA series.
 
 
  
 
== Features ==
 
== Features ==
  
 
; Cloth simulation
 
; Cloth simulation
: Real-time cloth simulation is one of two new features introduced to Source.
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: Real-time cloth simulation (i.e. soft-body physics) will be introduced to Source.
 
; Global lighting
 
; Global lighting
: An improved lighting system which (probably) allows for more vibrant, realistic lighting in the game world.
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: The world is lit and shadowed dynamically with [[env_global_light]] (in addition to pre-compiled light).
 
; Steamworks integration
 
; Steamworks integration
 
: Building upon community-driven features from Team Fortress 2, players will be able to share strategy guides and coach newer players through Steamworks.
 
: Building upon community-driven features from Team Fortress 2, players will be able to share strategy guides and coach newer players through Steamworks.

Revision as of 10:58, 15 August 2011


<Dota 2> Dota 2 is the official follow-up to the Warcraft III custom map Defense of the Ancients. It is an "Action RTS" where players control a Hero unit and engage enemy players using their Heroes' unique abilities. Valve is collaborating with one of the primary contributors of the original DotA series.

Features

Cloth simulation
Real-time cloth simulation (i.e. soft-body physics) will be introduced to Source.
Global lighting
The world is lit and shadowed dynamically with env_global_light (in addition to pre-compiled light).
Steamworks integration
Building upon community-driven features from Team Fortress 2, players will be able to share strategy guides and coach newer players through Steamworks.

Maps

  • dota - played by Valve, possibly remake of the first DotA.