Artifact will certainly be an interesting game. Will it become popular among players, despite Valve’s strange pricing policy?
The company Valve published a new press release about the so far unreleased game of the genre of KKI for the world Dota 2, which revealed the release date of the novelty on computers and mobile devices, as well as its cost. According to official data, the release of Artifact for Windows, macOS and Linux will take place in November 2018. The release of the game on smartphones and tablets is scheduled for 2019. The novelty will cost Dota 2 fans $19.99.
Valve announced Artifact almost a year ago, but the release of the game has not yet taken place. It is represented in the genre of collectible card games – all characters, spells and objects are represented in the form of cards, which must be put on the field. The developers have already revealed details about the game, including telling about their intention to make Artifact a new cybersport discipline. They even announced the upcoming tournament with a prize fund of $1 million. The gameplay for Artifact is already known – long ago a 7-minute video appeared on the network, demonstrating this game.
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Although the release of the PC game is scheduled for late autumn, some players will be able to try Artifact already in September – during the PAX West 2018 exhibition.
Given all of the above, you can make a short presentation about the upcoming novelty: Artifact certainly will be interested only in fans of Dota 2 and cyber sportsmen who want to participate in tournaments. All because of the decision of the company Valve to make the game paid, and for a considerable $20. Having paid this amount for Artifact, a person can not simply enjoy the game – he will still have to buy card sets. This pricing policy is completely incomprehensible, especially given the huge competition from Hearthstone. At the moment, this Blizzard CCI is the most popular game of its genre and is available on all popular platforms for absolutely free.
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