Dota 2 is concluding its jungling beta and picking a lane to launch. The developer announced late last night that the multiplayer online battle arena game (with the sketchy trademark past) is officially launching now.
According to Valve, during Dota 2's beta over the past two years, the game has had the largest active community in Steam's history, with an active user base of 3 million and peaks of 300,000 concurrent users.
"Our goal over the next few weeks is continue to make the game more enjoyable as more players are brought in. We hope to make it as smooth as possible for existing players and new players alike," said Valve's Erik Johnson.
To keep the game's stability in check, players are being invited in waves to the game. If you'd like access to the free-to-play title, visit the game's Steam page.