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Bad news for fans though is that Valve have disabled the selling of DOTA beta invites through the Steam Market. Previously, for a few pence, you were able to buy your way into the beta, bypassing the then £22.99 price tag listed on the Steam Store. There are still places to get invites for free however but they’re starting to be phased out which suggests we’re another step closer to the full game’s official launch.
Last month Valve was quoted “The first step we’ll be taking is to release a larger set of training features, and retire the existing DOTA 2 invites. The combination of these two things makes now the best time to use any remaining DOTA 2 Invites you have to bring your friends in that are unfamiliar with the game. After that, we’ll start allowing all users to join in.” and last week valve added loads of content to the game’s tutorial, and added a new Limited Hero mode to help ease new players into the game.