02 Feb, 2018

Dota 2 Spring Cleaning 2018 Update Out Now; Many Features Added

Just yesterday, Icefrog (the creator of Dota 2) came out with a tweet revealing the future plans for Dota 2 and its upcoming brand new upgrade system. Well, it seems Valve was waiting for the tweet to go viral, as they have just released the Dota 2 Spring Cleaning update, adding a ton of new content and features.

Dota 2 Spring Cleaning 2018 

According to the official blog post, Dota 2 Spring Cleaning update is now live in the game for all of its players. The update, apart from its usual weapon and item reworks, adds in quite a lot of new features. This includes a redesigned player profile page, gameplay changelog notifications, strategy phase item pooling and other visual UI changes.

Furthermore, the developers have finally brought in a feature which the community has been asking for ages – The Last Hit Trainer. This will allow players to practice their last hits and hence, improve their game. If you are the one who wishes get better at last hitting, I would advise you to try out this new trainer.

On the other end of the spectrum, Valve is introducing a brand new security system in Dota 2 which will make things quite difficult for anyone who practices negative behavior. The new security system will automatically issue six-month matchmaking bans for players who show an extreme frequency of negative behavior. This includes feeding, abandoning, player abuse and other related activities.

Other Noticeable Changes

However, there is a lot more to the update. This includes visual additions, the introduction of language-based matchmaking and a complete revamp of the Custom Game Arcade Mode. For more information on all of these new features, check out the official post.

Comment below and let me know what you think of the Dota 2 Spring Cleaning Update. Are you happy about all of the new additions or did Valve miss out the changes which were more important?

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Dota 2 Spring Cleaning 2018 Update Out Now; Many Features Added
Dani

Unlike Professional Dota 2 players, Dani is toxic, aggressive and has zero gaming sense. But, his timely puns make up for everything. He has been playing Dota 2 since it was in its early access stage. And when he’s not, he spends his time writing about it.

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