Guide to ‘Dota 2’ Battle Pass 2020: release date, prices, skins revealed

Valve has released the awaited Dota 2 Battle Pass. Fans are surprised and amazed with all the upcoming features of the online service.

It may have been delayed for weeks but the Dota 2 Battle Pass 2020 has finally arrived. Valve has officially released the update which brings back the famous crowdfunding method for TI.

This is a result of the outrage of their steadily growing community’s call to release the battle pass early this year.

The new Dota 2 Battle Pass contains the same standard contents of recent releases but with a few overhauls and surprises.

Price list

The battle prices are as follows:

  • Level 1 bundle – $9.99 (15 AUD)
  • Above Level 50 bundle – $29.35 (45 AUD)
  • Level 100 bundle – $44.99 (68 AUD)

The developers confirmed that 25% of its Dota 2 Battle Pass sales will be directly included in the International 10 prize pool.

Release date

Yesterday, Dota 2’s official Twitter page posted a short message that the battle pass is going to arrive today, May 25, 2020.

The message just says “Tomorrow” and is followed by the International logo. A few hours ago, the Twitter page announced that the Battle Pass is already available for everyone.

However, there have been outages in some areas and the developers are working on them as soon as possible.

Dota 2 Battle Pass 2020 features

Guilds and guild challenges

There is nothing more rewarding than killing an Ancient with a group of best friends. With the return of guilds, players can team up with like-minded friends to guarantee that there is always back up on the road to victory.

Each week a guild will receive four challenges with each unlocked after completing another. Players will need a minimum party of three to have their progress counted.

Players can win together to level up the guild and earn rewards for everyone. Anyone can join a guild but only those who purchased a battle pass will have the ability to create one.

Arcana skins

The Dota 2 Battle Pass 2020 will feature three arcana skins for Queen of Pain, Windranger, and Wraith King.

Wraith King’s arcana skin called The One True King is now available and will surely guarantee nostalgic feels for original Dota players. The skin transforms the hero back to the classic Skeleton King – Warcraft 3’s King Leoric.

Queen of Pain’s arcana skin, Eminence of Ristul, and Windranger’s Compass of the Rising Gale arcana skin are not released in the Dota 2 Battle Pass yet but will be available in the near future.

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