Dota 2 Has Been Officially Released For Linux Via Steam

As you may remember, Dota 2 has debuted to Linux via Steam as a testing version, which did not allow Linux users to play against Windows ones, because they used different servers. But now, Dota 2 has been officially released for Linux and can be easily played with Steam.

If you fire up your Steam Linux client, Dota 2 should be there! Dota 2 is a multiplayer online battle arena that is the successor to the original Defense of Ancients mod. Dota 2 is powered by Valve’s Source Engine.

Requirements for Dota 2 on Linux (via Steam): Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin, 2.8 Ghz Dual Core CPU, 4 GB of RAM and 4 GB free space.

The game’s trailer can be seen on this link.

Dota 2 has been officially released for Linux and can be easily played with Steam.

If you need help the Steam installation on Ubuntu, Linux Mint or Fedora, see the following two articles.

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