Dota 2 Test Available For Linux [Steam]

Dota 2 has been officially released for Windows a couple of days ago and today, Valve has released “Dota 2 Test” for Linux:”Please note that Dota 2 Linux is still in testing and only available on Dota 2 Test. We’re looking for early testing and feedback from users before we ship Linux support on the main Dota 2 release client. Your feedback and bug reports will directly help us improve Dota 2 on Linux.”Dota 2 is multiplayer online battle arena game developed by Valve, which uses the Source engine. The game is free to play and has the following system requirements:Ubuntu 12.04;Dual core from Intel or AMD at 2.8 GHz;4GB RAM;4GB Hard Drive Space;nVidia GeForce 8600/9600GT, ATI/AMD Radeaon HD2600/3600 (Graphic Drivers: nVidia 310, AMD 12.11), OpenGL 2.1;OpenAL Compatible Sound Card.Note: “Dota 2 Test” and “Dota 2″ use different servers so you won’t be able to play with regular Dota 2 users yet.To get DOTA 2 Test on Linux, visit the Dota 2 Steam page (web | Steam link) and click “Get Dota 2″. When you get access to Dota 2, you should get a “Dota 2 Test” entry in your Steam games list. According to the Steam product page, “there

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