Valve announced Auto Chess Pass

Jun 01 2019 1 min read

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The day Valve announced its own version of Auto Chess, they have also confirmed that the creators of the original mod will be supported too in the foreseeable future. Now the company embodies this promise.

Players can purchase Auto Chess Pass at the Dota in-game store for $0.99. For a dollar, one can receive premium content, and a piece of Valve's earnings will be transferred to Drodo Studio.

Auto Chess Pass works on a monthly subscription system. "Cosmetic items" include a gold frame for avatars, a golden chat, and also gold-plated attack animations for the figures when they strike enemy couriers. In addition, "Baby Roshan" skin on the courier will be immediately available.

Auto Chess Pass also encourages you to return to the game every day: once you hit top-3 for the first time, you will receive 3 additional candies (in-game currency, used for slot machines), and the first place gives as many as 5.

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