After a less-than-stellar launch, Valve slapped Artifact back on the development board and tried to figure out just how it could be better. Well, a new announcement has been made, and it looks like this time there will be a single-player campaign. The game could have an impressive storyline, especially when the Dota universe is filled with different worlds that’s filled with different characters – each one of them with they’re unique backstory. In the statement, Valve said,
“We are doubling down on that effort through a single-player campaign which will both teach new players the game and continue the story that began with a Call To arms. Tying into our progressions systems, we want people to feel rewarded no matter which way they choose to play the game, whether it be in competitive play or the campaign.”
Valve hasn’t released any details on what direction the game will go or how the single-player campaign will go. There is a lot of pressure, especially after multiplayer failure. We do, however, know that There will also be some changes to rewards. More rewards are coming to players; a lot of them will help them improve their knowledge about the game. Artifact’s second release promises a lot of changes and improvements. We are waiting for more pieces of information regarding the new features and the story, so stay tuned for updates.