Dota Underlords' Player Count is Already Flying Up the Steam Charts
Dota Underlords may have just released into open beta yesterday, but the standalone autobattler is already ranked #4 in player count on Steam.
Dota Underlords is Valve’s standalone version of Dota Auto Chess. The latest autobattler went into open beta on Android, iOS, and PC yesterday and is already burning up the Steam charts. The game is currently sitting at fourth place on the Steam player count charts and had a peak count of 179,019 in its first day out in the wild. If I were a betting man, I would place a decent chunk of change on that number only going up in the next few weeks.
And that number doesn’t even tell the whole story. The game is available on mobile as well and there have already been more than 100,000 downloads on the Google Play store. If those numbers are similar on the App store, we have an incredible day one success on our hands.
The Underlords team isn’t resting on their laurels either. Already they’ve announced that they will soon be adding a few features that have been requested by fans. Soon, you’ll be seeing a full scoreboard, better social features, hero voice-overs, and more fan-suggested content. They are also exploring options for the much-requested Turbo Mode.
It’s safe to say that Valve is using this open beta well. Obviously, they’re enjoying a super successful launch, but they continue to put in hard work to make the game the best it can be. If you plan to join the beta, it’s nice to see that you can expect your voice to be heard.
Dota Underlords is out in open beta now on Android, iOS, and PC. Go download it now.