Monthly Archive for March, 2012

DOTA 2 Patch Notes (28th March, 2012)

DOTA 2 PATCH 28th March 2012

DOTA 2 presents one more patch for this week. The highlight of 28th March 2012 patch is the addition of  Lone Druid who is an Agility based hero in the Radiant. Lone Druid is particularly a complete carry hero and his bear gives him an edge in the battles. The next thing belongs Lycan who is enabled in the Captain’s Mode which will give some fresh air to the regular players of CM mode. Despite hero changes the UI and bots fixtures are also done in this patch and the list of these changes are given below.
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DOTA 2 Patch Notes (23rd March, 2012)

Dota 2 patch notesWeekly update for Dota 2 has been released. Lycan (Banehallow from DotA) is now added, game patched to Dota 6..74c, fixed crashes and usual bug fixing. Another noticeable change is that Valve added player performance graph to profile page which allows you to see your detailed hero stats (e.g. wins/losses). Also, Dota 2 beta keys are sent on daily basis make sure you have signed up in Dota 2 Survey. Continue reading ‘DOTA 2 Patch Notes (23rd March, 2012)’

DOTA 2 Patch Notes (15th March, 2012)

Dota 2 March 15 updateAnother weekly update for DOTA 2 has been rolled out Steam Client. Some vital changes and new features have been introduced in this comprehensive update. Valve has added new intelligence hero Shadow Demon and implemented the DotA v6.74 changes in Dota 2. They have also added support Disable allied help and Shared unit control. Restart your Steam client to install this Dota 2 update. Continue reading ‘DOTA 2 Patch Notes (15th March, 2012)’

DOTA 2 Patch Notes (8th March, 2012).

dota 2 march 8 updateA fresh Dota 2 update has been released from Valve headquarters. This update does not bring any new content, however it has brought tons of gameplay bug fixes, User interface/Visual tweak and bots upgrade. Below, you can read the patch notes for precise details. Continue reading ‘DOTA 2 Patch Notes (8th March, 2012).’