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Anticipation Builds for Smite 2 Reveal: A New Era in MOBA Gaming

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

The gaming community is abuzz with excitement as credible sources hint at the upcoming announcement of "Smite 2," the much-awaited sequel to the 2014 hit third-person MOBA, Smite. This revelation comes nearly a decade after the original game's release, which, despite not reaching the heights of MOBA giants like League of Legends or Dota 2, has maintained a dedicated fanbase.

Is Smite 2 on the Horizon?

Evidence of Smite 2's impending announcement has been mounting. A post on the Russian Steam storefront briefly mentioned Smite 2, urging users to add it to their wishlist before it was swiftly removed. This post was captured by quick-acting gamers and shared on Reddit, sparking widespread speculation.

Further fueling the fire, dedicated dataminers discovered references to a 'Smite 2 Founders Pack' within Smite's game files. As reported on, this pack is rumored to be available during Smite's 2024 birthday event on March 25, coinciding with the game's ten-year anniversary.

The gaming community is eagerly awaiting the grand reveal, expected to take place this weekend during the tenth edition of the Smite World Championship tournament in Atlanta, Georgia. While details about Smite 2 remain scarce, fans are curious to see how it will evolve from its predecessor. Will it completely overwrite the original game, or exist as a standalone sequel?

Smite has been a unique player in the MOBA genre, offering an accessible, free-to-play experience with innovative features. It has entertained hundreds of thousands of gamers for almost a decade, and the anticipation for its sequel is a testament to its enduring appeal.

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