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Valve releases standalone version of Auto Chess called Dota Underlords
Valve has released a new game – Dota Underlords.
Dota Underlords is the company’s standalone take on the Auto Chess explosion – and is sparked by the hugely popular Dota Auto chess mod for Dota 2.
Like Dota Auto Chess, Dota Underlords doesn’t really have anything to do with chess, except it’s played out on a board. Like Dota Auto Chess, Dota Underlords pits you against seven opponents and involves building, combining and leveling up a crew of characters from the Dota universe. Round after round you buy new characters, discover powerful items, deploy them on the board and watch the combat play out automatically. It’s not about twitch reflexes. Rather, this is a considered turn-based strategy game in which you can sit back and watch the action play out.
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