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    Valve's Artifact - Infos und Diskussion

    Valve hat die ersten Details über Artifact, The Dota Card Game, veröffentlicht.


    Artifact is being designed by Richard Garfield, creator of Magic: The Gathering!

    Artifact is currently in closed beta, available only to industry members and TCG professionals. The presentation revealed that Artifact will be released to the public by the end of 2018, with the first tournament in Q1 2019. The game will hit iOS and Android in mid-2019 and will be the first Source 2 title to run on mobile devices.

    No exact release date or price was set for Artifact, but details are still coming in.
    (Quelle: ign.com
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    Artifact will have its own $1 Million Dollar tournament in 2019



    #2

    Man hat 3 Lanes auf denen man Spielt, also nicht nur 1 board

    und hier noch ein video

    Video

    ( ah gibts auf dem ign link schon zu sehen )

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      #3
      Wirken die 3 Lanes auf einem mobilen Gerät dann nicht sehr klein? :D

      Will we be able to buy/sell cards on the market place or will it be just like Hearthstone in terms of card collection?

      Yes, marketplace selling and all that.


      Ob das Game auch auf der Switch rauskommt? :D



      Rix, könnte der neue Hero in Artifact/Dota werden.

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        #4
        marketplace ist tatsächlich extrem geil und gehört zu einem tcg einfach dazu. bis jetzt war ich ja 0 gespannt auf das spiel, aber nach dem bisher gesehenen und gelesenen kommt doch ein gewissen grad an vorfreude auf.

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          #5
          mal gucken wie hoch der RNG faktor in diesem game ist

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            #6
            We are at Valve playtesting Artifact! It’s being spearheaded by Magic:The Gathering mastermind Richard Garfield. We’ll have tons of talk from Gabe tonight, but imagine playing three different board states simultaneously and being able to trade cards. It’s also not F2P!

            @pcgamer

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              #7
              Here’s what Artifact’s board, heroes, shop, and items look like

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                #8
                Everything you need to know about Valve's Artifact

                The easiest way I can describe playing it is to imagine managing three games of Hearthstone at once, each of which can affect the other in multiple ways which are changing from moment to moment.

                Each deck contains 40 cards and includes 5 heroes (which is the same as a Dota 2 team). There will be 280+ cards in the base game. There are 44 heroes. You can include three copies of each card in your deck.

                At the beginning of the game your first three heroes will be deployed evenly into the three lanes (which are essentially game boards), along with some randomly spawned melee creeps. After each round, two more creeps will spawn in random lanes on each players' side.
                Hört sich das für ein Kartenspiel nicht alles total überladen an? Hab Hearthstone nie gespielt.

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                  #9
                  hab bock drauf

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                    #10
                    cash cow deluxe inc

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                      #11
                      Das Spiel ist tot bevor es release wird. (da nicht f2p)

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                        #12
                        Bitte noch mehr Card Games

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                          #13
                          Zitat von Raka
                          Das Spiel ist tot bevor es release wird. (da nicht f2p)
                          das entnimmst du wo?

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                            #14
                            Zitat von casio_O
                            We are at Valve playtesting Artifact! It’s being spearheaded by Magic:The Gathering mastermind Richard Garfield. We’ll have tons of talk from Gabe tonight, but imagine playing three different board states simultaneously and being able to trade cards. It’s also not F2P!

                            @pcgamer

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                              #15
                              How Do You Play It, And How Will You Pay For It?



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