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Valve's Deadlock Page Found on Steam

Hundreds of people are playing the game now.

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Valve's upcoming shooter Deadlock, described as a "combination of Dota 2, Team Fortress 2, Overwatch, Valorant, Smite, and Orcs Must Die," has been shaping up more and more lately, to the point where I'm inclined to agree with those who believe all the leaks we see are a part of the company's marketing strategy – there is just too much information on the internet, and Valve seems to be doing nothing to obstruct the flow.

The announcement is seemingly moving closer as the game appeared on SteamDB; with limited information, but still. From there, we can see that hundreds of people are playtesting the game, just as YouTuber Tyler McVicker said a week ago. The charts say its concurrent player peak reached 897, but other than that, there isn't much to see on the page.

Image credit: SteamDB

Deadlock turned up on Steam 2 days ago, and it will be available in English, Korean, Italian, French, and many other languages, according to its change log.

Other than that, users found a visual novel featuring the game's characters in the files.

Image credit: Valve

Image credit: Valve

Image credit: Valve

Image credit: Valve

So when will we hear the official announcement? Fans speculate that Summer Game Fest would be a great place to share more, although there is no guarantee this will happen: Valve is not known for chasing big events. But if it does happen there, June 7 is the date you want to save.

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