DOTA 2 is getting a co-op story campaign… no, really

This is obviously someone else's fault.

The story of DOTA 2 has generally been considered to be a story of racist epithets uttered at strangers in a video game, or perhaps it’s the story of trying to turn video games into the same morass of salaries, egos, and awful behavior that professional sports has been sunk in for years. And yet… now it’s getting another story. An actual cooperative PvE set of story missions. Yes, it’s a thing. The first installment is coming later this month, and the second part should be out some time in July.

Players who take part in the missions will earn campaign experience, with an exclusive Desert Sands Baby Roshan available among the rewards. The only downside is that you’ll need to pick up a 2017 Battle Pass for the game, which will run you the hefty price of… $10. If you’re curious about how you can possibly wring some story out of the game, well, maybe it’s worth it for the curiosity value alone.

Source: Official Site via Kotaku
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