The esports prize pot/buyable goodie bag of the Dota 2 Battle Pass 2018 is out there for this year’s International, and it’s coming with a little something that will either be intriguing or set your eyes rolling at warp nine: a battle royale-style multi-team dungeon clash known as The Underhollow.
Here’s how it works: teams of three enter an underground dungeon and need to navigate through it to get XP and Gold enough to upgrade themselves to take on rival teams or enemies and secure a rare wheel of cheese. Teams need to beware, though, as Roshan will be on a “cheese-fueled rampage” and cause cave-ins that will shrink the available dungeon area. Last team standing wins.
In addition to the Dota 2-flavored battle royale mode, this year’s Battle Pass adds a Cavern Crawl mode that opens up with wins using designated heroes, an unranked Mutation Mode that introduces a number of random modifiers, and a host of other features and rewards.
A date for the opening of The Underhollow is not confirmed as of right now, but players can learn more about the 2018 Battle Pass on the game’s site.
Well…at least the setting is unique? Honestly, though, this battle royale proliferation does seem a bit…much. That said, we leave the floor to you, the Dota 2 players: is this new game mode an interesting part of the Battle Pass, or are you done with this whole battle royale thing already?
Source: official site
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