Introducing Dota Plus: the New Subscription Service

Introducing Dota Plus: the New Subscription Service

The perks are cool, I admit.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Mar 12, 2018 @ 05:58 PM (Staff Bios)
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Do you love Valve's MOBA game, Dota? Do you wish you could spend money every month to progress better and faster than you're colleges with less disposable income? Then let me introduce you to Dota Plus, a new monthly subscription service.

Referred to as the "evolution of the Battle Pass," this new service acts as a replacement to Majors related Battle Passes. Now you no longer have to wait for a specific start and end date to participate in, and Valve can continually add features and content to over time.

Dota Plus will offer Hero Leveling, which tracks and progresses your efforts with specific heroes. Doing so will also earn you shards, a new currency that can be redeemed for rewards. Hero specific challenges will be available for players to strive for. The biggest perk is the Plus Assistant. This function will help you make build decisions with real-time item and ability suggestions. Its suggestions are based on the millions of recent games happening in every bracket to "ensuring your builds stay current in the ever-evolving meta."

The plus update will also include the return of Battle Cup. Plus members can access the weekend tournaments for free, while non-Plus scrubs will have to purchase a $0.99 ticket to participate.

Dota Plus is available now for $3.99 per month. Discounts are available when you sign up for six- and twelve-month subscriptions instead. You can also purchase gift subscriptions for friends. For more information, check out the Dota Plus webpage.

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