Valve’s first Source 2 engine game is being pushed out today, and it’s DOTA 2

By GamingNexus On 11 Sep, 2015 At 07:00 AM | Categorized As Gaming Industry News | With 0 Comment

It’s been a long time coming, but Valve’s finally releasing a game with the Source 2 engine. The previous engine powered many games in Valve’s library and today the first one in a long line of games (hopefully) to use it will be DOTA 2.

The tweet from the DOTA 2 Twitter account states that the Reborn update is being rolled out in a couple hours. You can see all the features of Reborn on their site and it’s been in beta for a bit. But the push to production makes it the first Source 2 engine game out in the wild.

Now, let’s get some games in other IPs to be released, like say Left 4 Dead 3 or Portal 3 or a new Team Fortress. Perhaps a new Counter-Strike as well. That’s all I can think of. Am I leaving any other franchises out? No? Good.


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