Dota 2 recieved new "Summer Scrub" update

Aug 08 2019 1 min read

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The Summer Scrub update For Dota 2 has become available, correcting many small errors that have accumulated over the past year. Typically, developers released similar patches in the spring, but this time, Valve decided to ask Reddit users for help and fix as many bugs as possible.

Major changes

Here are the most important changes that Dota 2 The Summer Scrub update has made to the game:

  • Customizable hero grid;
  • "Visual delays" issues have been slightly reduced (especially in team battles);
  • Improved overall performance;
  • Reduced input delay (the game sends commands to the server faster);
  • Reduced camera movement delay;
  • Item organization in the shop has been redesigned (it is still possible to use the old vertical alignment);
  • Command order is now displayed in the HUD.
  • Players that have exploited matchmaking bugs, used bots, hacks and transferred/resold accounts were banned.

You can see the full change list on the official Dota 2 website.


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