Okami's Amaterasu Could Be Coming To DOTA 2 - With Your Help

Alfred Osborne
December 6, 2017

In anticipation of the Steam release, Capcom has submitted to the Steam Workshop an official Dota 2 courier in the image of Amaterasu, the game's iconic main character.

Amaterasu, protagonist of Capcom's lovely Okami series, is now up for votes on the Steam Workshop.

It's an intriguing bit of promotion, probably helped by the fact that they can just port Amaterasu's model straight over from Okami to Dota 2.

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Okami HD comes out on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 12th December. She battles demons, defends ancient Japan and is a Sun Goddess. That means she's up for voting for inclusion in Dota 2 if the courier gets enough support - and so far, response to the courier seems very positive.

Okami is a gorgeous game and the art style hasn't been lost in the transition to Dota. "Okami HD" is the remastered version of the well-loved PlayStation 2 classic, so the timing of the poll couldn't have been more flawless. This means couriers are created to cut the time it takes for players to get items. It should be noted also that the items a courier is bringing with it at the time of its death will be removed from the game until the courier is revived after 120 seconds.

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