'DOTA 2' VR spectator mode could also be as thrilling as enjoying the sport

'DOTA 2' VR spectator mode may be as exciting as playing the game

The subsequent time you need to comply with an eSports tourney, you may end up strapping on a digital actuality headset. Valve simply teased a VR spectator mode for DOTA 2 (scroll right down to the video above “you are not ranging from scratch”) that provides you extra info than you are used to seeing throughout a MOBA match. The precise recreation is entrance and middle, however go searching and you will see particulars of every workforce’s heroes, a visually wealthy map and good-to-know stats.

You will probably want an HTC Vive to make this work (there is no point out of supporting different SteamVR units but), and Valve hasn’t stated when the function will arrive. Suffice it to say, although, that this could possibly be the easiest way to observe DOTA competitions in need of flying out to see an occasion in individual — it’d even be extra entertaining than enjoying the sport your self, a minimum of till the novelty wears off.

Footage of VR spectator mode for #dota2 with @htcvive. Issues might NOT get any extra thrilling immediately. pic.twitter.com/3f4sEfUX8U

— Robert McGregor (@ID_R_McGregor) April 5, 2016