Update on 2nd September 2022: Find the actual Dota 2 Battle Pass 2022 offerings in our updated guide linked below.
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Original article continues: The Battle Pass for the prestigious Dota 2 The International 11 (TI11) will release on 1st September 2022, which means players can look forward to several new features, challenges, and cosmetic rewards, including Immortal Treasures, Arcanas, and Personas.
Beyond this, sales from the TI11 Battle Pass will feed directly into The International 11 prize pool, potentially paving the way for another record-breaking year for Dota 2 and the broader esports community. Here's everything you need to know.
Dota 2 TI11 Battle Pass 2022 - Release Date & Bundles
According to a Tweet by Dota 2's community manager Wykrhm Reddy via Twitter on 24th August 2022, The International 11 Battle Pass will release on 1st September 2022. Valve later Tweeted a teaser video sparking excitement for the Battle Passes imminent release later that week.
Dota 2's The International 11 Battle Pass will likely follow the same bundle and payment structure as previous years. While unconfirmed at the time of writing, we've provided an expected breakdown of the bundles and prices below based on historical values.
- Standard Battle Pass (Level 1): $9.99
- Battle Pass + Level 50 Bundle: $29.99
- Battle Pass + Level 100 Bundle: $44.99
Similarly to previous Battle Passes, it's reasonable to expect proceeds from Battle Pass sales to feed directly into The International 11 prize pool. Additionally, Dota 2 players should be able to level up their Battle Pass further by purchasing 5 Levels for $2.49, 11 Levels for $4.99, or 24 Levels for $9.99 (these prices might be different at launch).
Dota 2 TI11 Battle Pass 2022 - What To Expect
Like previous Dota 2 Battle Pass releases, fans can expect daily, weekly, and seasonal challenges they can complete to advance their Battle Pass progress and unlock various rewards. These include the fan-favorite Immortal Treasures, Persona Skins, exclusive themed terrains, and (of course) Arcanas.
While we can't confirm which heroes will receive Arcana skins yet, there is some speculation that Faceless Void and Skywrath Mage are likely candidates (thanks, Dexerto). Similarly to the previous Nemestice Battle Pass, Dota 2 players might also look forward to a new game mode like Nemestice Event or Aghanim's Labyrinth.
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Perhaps more exciting is the return of Chat Wheel sounds and sprays, which players are historied to use to taunt their opponents. Some popular ones in the past include "Lakad Matatag," "Ceeeeeeb!" and more.
There's also a strong likelihood that Rylai's Battle Blessing will return, offering Dota 2 players a shot at potentially earning free sets and couriers. Furthermore, there are also the Rank Double Down tokens to double the MMR players could gain or lose in ranked games.
We'll endeavor to keep you updated as soon as more information is released.
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