• Online Co-Op: 5 Players
  • LAN Co-Op: 5 Players
  • + Co-Op Modes
by Jason Love 0
  • pc
  • online
First part out sometime this month, second will be released in July

Co-Op Campaign Being Added to DOTA 2 via The International Battle Pass

Fans of DOTA 2, but not all that intense PvP action, will have an opportunity this summer to play a different kind of DOTA. Anyone who buys the "The International 2017 Battle Pass," an annual item that not only adds to the reward money on the line at the big event but also provides in-game rewards to players, will get access to the new co-op campaign called "Siltbreaker."

by Tally Callahan 0
  • pc
When carrying goes terribly wrong

This Week in Co-Op: Defending Those Ancients

For the past several weeks, I’ve been dabbling in Dota 2. It’s one of those RTS/action games where you take control of a hero unit and defend your base from the opposing team. Though the focus of these games is usually competitive, Dota 2 supports a pretty good co-op mode (probably the best I’ve seen for the genre). Any number of players can form up on a team, fill up the remaining slots with bots, and go up against an all-bot team in good, old-fashioned comp-stomp. The bots are available in five different difficulty levels, so it’s easy to tweak the experience based on whether the players are new to the game or experienced. Of late, I’ve found the co-op mode a great way to blow off some steam.

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