Jun 09, 2017 10:53 AM EDT
"DOTA 2" players will have another mode to play the popular game these days because it will have something new. It will have a co-op campaign and the first act will be available for those who have the Battle Pass.
Act I Available Right Away For Battle Pass
Valve has recently announced that they will be putting out a two-act "Siltbreaker" campaign for the Battle Pass owners of the video game. This will be a four-person cooperative campaign that will definitely give the fans a new type of experience. For those who are interested with the Battle Pass, it has a price tag of$10 and they will get the chance to play Act I: The Sands of Fate, which is now available on Steam, Destructoid reported.
Rewards For Playing Campaign
For players who will play the cooperative campaign mode, they will be rewarded with some interesting items. As players go through the different play zones in search of Rhyzik, they will earn completion stars, which will be based on their performance levels. Those who will complete a zone for the first time with one or two stars will have Battle Points rewards, and those who get a three-star zone performance will get a treasure from Siltbreaker.
Siltbreaker Treasure Details
The Siltbreaker Treasures that players will gain from a three-star zone performance will include a rare Immortal Destert Sands Baby Roshan courier. The Battle Pass owners with Battle Level 165 or higher will get double the treasures for each three-star zone they complete with the reward bonus active. They can also unlock some achievements that can give them more Battle Points.
ESL To Have New Office In Singapore Soon
In other "DOTA 2" related news, ESL has revealed that they will be opening a new office in Singapore soon to solidify their position in the Southeast Asia region. The game company also wants to have two more ESL One "DOTA 2" stand-alone events this coming 2018, DOT ESPORTS reported.
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