Dota 2 documentary Free to Play now pre-loading on Steam

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By on March 15, 2014 at 10:37 am

Free to Play is a documentary produced by Valve charting the adventures of professional Dota 2 players through its major annual tournament, The International.

The film launches on Steam on March 19, after a fancy pants cinema debut in San Francisco, but you can pre-load it now.

Although the movie seems to be free, it’s being promoted with a Dota 2 DLC pack called the Free to Play Competitor’s Pack. 25% of sales will be distributed to the players featured in the film, as well as the contributors. Here’s what you’ll receive for your pains:

  • Fear’s Sven Set – Created by Jeremy Klein, Ziedrich
  • hyhy’s Doom Set – Created by Vermillion Wlad
  • Dendi’s Pudge Set – Created by Danidem, Bronto ϟ Thunder
  • Free to Play Wards – Created by Valve
  • Free to Play HUD – Created by Valve
  • Free to Play Courier – Created by Valve

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Downloading now.

 

Yeah, Automatically started downloading 4GBs of data. For someone living in a place with a pretty low cap at the moment, I was a little annoyed. If I wanted it I would have downloaded it.

 
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