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First video of Dawngate, a new MOBA from EA

You know the DOTA landscape still has some expanding to do when one of the biggest differences between its heavyweights is whether you can kill your own creeps. Waystone Games' new project, Dawngate, has a few differences which the studio hopes will make it more accessible to players.

Machinima posted the first footage of the EA studio's game today.


Capturable nodes which serve as automatic resource farms and steadily evolving boss-style creeps tweak the standard DotA formula. Waystone also hopes to make the circuitous map itself a better indicator of the state of the game.

If you want to give it a try for yourself, you can sign up for Dawngate's open beta--which begins on May 24--on its official website.

4 comments

  • alllifeinfate - June 4, 2013 1:59 a.m.

    The bad publicity that EA have had recently didn't help their relationship with the consumers, whether they are fans or not. As long as we don't get a taste of this game itself, everyone is free to assume the best, or the worse.
  • DarknessFisT - May 21, 2013 12:52 p.m.

    Just because this is an EA product, I advise everyone to stay away from it. They will lie at first and do all sorts promotions (to get people to play this) however do keep in mind that at the end of the day, all EA cares about is money. They don't give a shit about players and most gamers who have played EA titles before will agree with me (probably). So don't get fooled by this because they will screw you over.
  • JSpanyurrrrrd - May 22, 2013 8:13 a.m.

    Shut-up fanboy. EA gave me Mass Effect, and they're gonna give me Battlefront 3. They seem pretty good. So stick to your indie games and playing your Dreamcast
  • JSpanyurrrrrd - May 22, 2013 8:13 a.m.

    Hipster

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