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Valve Announces Indonesian Support for DOTA 2 and Counter-Strike 2

DOTA 2 and Counter-Strike 2

Need it or not? With our reasonably high understanding of standard English, Indonesian gamers don't need an Indonesian language implementation for most games. Changing menus from English to Bahasa Indonesia always needs to be clarified and messes up understanding what each option does. However, the presence of Indonesians in popular video games is only sometimes about helping us understand the content. Sometimes, it's about the publisher's concern and how they see the Indonesian market, as Valve is about to do.

After supporting Rupiah as one of the currencies for purchasing digital PC games on Steam, sometimes supported with friendly regional pricing, Valve has also injected Indonesian language support for the Steam platform. Next up? They will start offering Indonesian language support for popular Valve-exclusive games, especially in Indonesia, such as DOTA 2 and Counter-Strike 2. Valve conveyed this on the sidelines of its presentation at the ongoing IGDX 2023 event.

Unfortunately, Valve only wrote "soon" without providing more certainty about when Indonesian will be available as the language of instruction for DOTA 2 and Counter-Strike 2. How about you? Looking forward to this?

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