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Valve Plans on Porting Dota 2 to Tablets

Posted December 11, 2012 by Paolo Nikko in News

Valve has dominated the gaming arena for quite a long time now with popular online titles like CS GO: Global Offensive, Magic the Gathering, Little Inferno, and

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a lot more. In which, many gamers have taken Valve’s STEAM client the place of gaming heaven. Speaking of gaming, Valve also announced their interests most especially in mobile gaming on tablets. It’s no surprise that Valve has already plans in mind in porting the popular Dota 2 game for tablets in which they are already working an iPad version.

However, the prototype version wasn’t that polished but Valve is keen on porting the game once the tablets are able to sustain the graphic intensive Dota 2.

” We were working on getting Dota 2 running on some tablets. That ended up being kind of a disappointment. But the good news is that tablets are getting faster very quickly, so I think we’ll get the kind of performance we want and other game developers want in the near future. – Valve’s main man, Gabe Newell”

Despite the hardware limitations, we can still safe to say that there are still a lot of games that has the similar taste of Dota 2 if you just know where to search on the Google Play Store. Or you could always stream the game using third party hardware. Till then, we’re just keeping our fingers crossed.

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Paolo Nikko
Paolo Nikko

A graduate of Computer Engineering, Paolo is an Android enthusiast and spends most of his time programming and playing games. He is synonymous for the word customization, as he is curios for everything that surrounds him.