Citando a Byakuya:
Y ya de paso, comento otra (chorrys, Adrian
): lo busqué en Steam por curiosidad y me decía que ya lo tenía. ¿Es gratuito o algo de eso?
precisamente por eso me ha dado por preguntar, por que me ha salido que ya lo tenia
Pero si, el juego es F2Phttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dota_2
As part of a plan to create a social network based around Dota 2, Gabe Newell announced in April of 2012 that the game would be free-to-play, with an accentuation on player contributions to the community. On June 1, 2012, the Dota development team at Valve formally confirmed that the game would be free-to-play, with no added cost for having the full roster of heroes and item inventory readily available. Income for Dota 2 would be maintained, however, through the exclusively cosmetic Dota Store, where players could purchase in-game items. Until the game's release, players may still purchase an early access bundle, which includes the game, along with several in-game cosmetic items. The Dota Store is composed of custom creations developed by Valve, as well as products from the Steam Workshop, which is a system in which users may submit creations for review by Valve and if successful, would be permanently incorporated into Dota 2. The market model was fashioned after Team Fortress 2, which became successful in June 2011 and had reimbursed cosmetic designers with 3.5 million dollars of income as of the free-to-play announcement.