A collaboration between legendary card game designer Richard Garfield and Valve, Artifact is a digital card game that combines deeply-strategic, competitive gameplay with the rich setting of Dota 2. The result is an immersive and visually-stunning trading card game unlike any other.
Wield your deck across three lanes of combat, answer every move of your opponent with one of your own. Unlimited hand size. Unlimited number of units you control. Unlimited mana you can employ.
It’s up to you to decide the best way to navigate the constantly shifting tide of battle.
FUN WITH FRIENDS
If you’ve played card games around a kitchen table, you know the enjoyment that can come with house rules. Artifact allows you and your friends complete control in creating a tournament. Simply select your elimination or non-elimination format and deck constraints; then, challenge your friends to a crucible of your own design.
Want to test your skill against the world at large? Valve-sponsored gauntlets and tournaments will give players the opportunity to not just play Artifact for the joy of mastery, but to win prizes based upon their level of play.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX
Artifact comes with 5 Card Packs and 2 Event Tickets. Unlock 15 more Card Packs and 15 additional Event Tickets as you play. You'll also receive 2 Starter Decks each with 40 cards and 9 items.
Yo! I just wanted to make a little update to show how progress is going. Progress has been slowing a touch, but that's just how it goes when you're nearing the end of development. I would say that it's very likely that it will release this Summer but now I know what Valve meant when they said they don't like announcing release dates because it creates pressure, and you'd piss off both the fans and yourself if you don't meet the release date.
Anyway, here's a big batch of new screenshots! I've got to say, some of these are my favorite cards I've made so far.
It's already been 2 weeks after the official presentation of the #Artifact game and not any news from #Valve. You have to gather information in a network...
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