Dota 2 Diretide: When does the event end?
First up, you might be wondering when the Dota 2 Diretide event ends, since this is a Halloween-themed event.
Dota 2 fans will have a lot of time to enjoy Diretide, and earn all the new rewards. The Dota 2 Diretide even ends on 22nd December 2020.
Diretide new rewards & Hallowed Chest
First up, there's a whole bunch of new rewards for Dota 2 players to claim while playing Diretide or regular Dota 2 during the event.
Witch each match, you will get Diretide points, and with every 100 points, you can unlock one of over 75 unique items.
These items include sets, audio, treasures, UI and effects, as well as sprays & emoticons. Check out the full list of rewards.
Then, there's the Hallowed Chest of the Diretide, which drops in both regular Dota 2 and Diretide matches.
You will need a key to open a Hallowed Chest, which will set you back $2.50 a pop. There are over 60 items of various quality which players can unlock with the new Hallowed Chest. Both the chest and the items themselves are immediately marketable, giving players the chance to trade with others via the Steam Marketplace.
Check out the full list of items, from Tier 1 to 5, thanks to Valve's Wykrhm Reddy.
Diretide event details
The new Diretide event game mode sees players duke it out in a best-of-five brawl, all while collecting and stealing candy, and fighting off a more-angry-than-usual Roshan.
Players are encouraged to participate in the "Foultivities", which includes:
- Collect Taffy: The clock is ticking and your team's stash awaits. Cut down those creeps and secure their taffy. Harvest with haste.
- Fill Your Bucket: Heap piles of taffy into your trove but beware your enemy's thievery and tricks. Driven by greed, they will stop at nothing to rob you blind.
- Satiate The Beast: Roshan's hunger is not to be ignored. Only the taffy in your pocket and your propensity to part with it will save you from a quick death.
The Diretide event is something no Dota 2 fans should miss, as we might not see it return again for a long time, judging by its past seven-year absence.