Valve's next game, Artifact, will launch November 28 on Steam for Windows, Mac, and Linux at a price of $19.99 United States dollars, with iOS and Android versions to follow in 2019. Pricing will start at $20, and the game will be available on PC, Mac, and Linux at launch, with Android and iOS to join in sometime in 2019.
Artifact is slated to offer over 280 cards at launch and players will be able to buy and sell using the Steam Community Marketplace.
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Most probably not a coincidence at all, Artifact's release date was announced today 1st of August 2018, exactly seven years after Dota 2 was introduced to the large audience with the first edition of The International tournament announcement made on the 1st of August 2011. Artifact has players facing off against one another on three separate game boards-like the three lanes in Dota 2-and victory is given to whomever successfully navigates to their opponent's side and either destroys two out of the three enemy towers or defeats the "Ancient" that appears after one tower is destroyed. You will still be able to obtain card packs, but if there is a specific card you want, you'll be able to get it with fewer hurdles to go through. You also get ten sealed card packs.
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The game will have a presence at PAX West later this month in Seattle.