Dota 2 Update Adds Two Week Extension To The Battle Pass
For the past few months, Dota 2 players have been enjoying the many features that came with the release of this year’s Battle Pass. This included the much-appreciated Ranked Roles and Mutation Mode, along with some other pretty interesting new features like the Underhollow. However, with OG taking the title at The International 2018, it was time for players to say goodbye to the 2018 Battle Pass or is it?
Battle Pass Extension
According to the recent announcement from Valve, the developers are extending the features in the Battle Pass for two more weeks. This means Dota 2 player can now enjoy all of the Battle Pass features including Ranked Roles and Mutation mode. Furthermore, this also means that those of you who have yet to attain all of the rewards from the Battle Pass and have yet to complete the Cavern, now have two additional weeks to do so.
We’re extending the features in the Battle Pass for two more weeks.
— DOTA 2 (@DOTA2) August 28, 2018
Along with the extension of the Battle Pass, the developers have updated the in-game Aegis of Champions. It now reads OG as the 2018 World Champions. Moreover, the names of all five players which led OG to win The International 2018, are now mentioned in the Aegis of Champions. To check out how this looks, check out the image down below:
— Wykrhm Reddy (@wykrhm) August 27, 2018
That is it for now but stay tuned as rumors linking to Valve making Ranked Roles permanent in the game are starting to emerge in the community. But since this is just chatter, nothing can be confirmed for sure. So, while we wait for the official announcement, give us a minute of your time. Comment below and let us know what you think of the extension. Do you think Ranked Roles should be made permanent?