Published: Sun, June 16, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Dota Underlords Going Mobile, Open Beta Will Be On iOS and Android

Dota Underlords Going Mobile, Open Beta Will Be On iOS and Android

The open beta phase will be available next week and free to play on Steam, Android and iOS. It will have the usual elements of online games like ranked matchmaking and progression.

With the sudden surge of autobattler games following the rampant success of Drodo Studios' original auto chess game, Valve has had to quickly develop its own version to ride the wave of interest. Today they announced that Dota Underlords is already available for those who own a DotA 2 battle pass.

Valve announced its own stand-alone version of the popular Dota 2 mod Auto Chess called Dota Underlords and is out for Dota 2 worldwide 2019 Battle Pass owners today.

Further details are now lacking, so it's unknown how Dota Underlords will be monetized, or when the stable release will land on the Google Play Store. In addition to finally confirming the game's name and existence, Valve also gave out some details on its release and revenue structure.

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The blog continues: "After approximately a week of stress testing we'll transition to Open Beta".

Once the beta edition released, the developers will begin their work to fix all the bugs and issues which are now present on the game. It is unknown when the game will officially exit the beta stage. The Dota 2 Auto Chess has taken the gaming market by storm and now the new Underloads edition with even more stunning features is here for its fanboys. A feedback button has been added to the game, which should make it easy to report any issues once we get our hands on the open beta.

This implies that Dota Underlords will operate similar to battle royale titles that have thrived on the sale of battle passes.

The current version of Dota Underlords has just one map on which the games are played, but according to not only the hidden pages found on their website, but also to a Twitter post made today, three more maps will come to the game. Presumably this will be the same layout once the open beta starts.

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