Do you want the Dota 2 Roshpit tree back? Sign the petition now!
The recent Dota 2 Update 7.00 let down many gamers, to put it mildly. There are many game changes that fans don’t agree with, but one particularly caught out attention. The tree at the Roshpit is gone now, but gamers hope to bring it back soon.
For this reason, Dota 2 fans created a dedicated petition on Reddit to attract Valve’s attention and convince the company to bring back the Roshpit tree. The good news is that their petition may bear fruit since there is already a predecent. This is not the first time Valve forgot about the gamers’ beloved tree. Back then, the community didn’t keep silent and eventually got their tree back.
The Dota 2 Roshpit tree is gone
As some of you noticed the tree at the Roshpit is gone again. The last time they moved the Roshpit Valve forgot about our beloved tree as well. But the community spoke up and we were able to get our tree back.
Now you may think why bring back a single tree, why does it matter? For years this tree has been the Christmas tree on the Dota2 winter map. Presents surrounded the tree and inside the Roshpit there was Roshan with his red Santa hat. It’s been some sort of tradition and I am sure I wouldn’t be the only one to miss it. Here is what I am talking about
So lets get Valves attention on this matter and hopefully they will fix it 🙂
Gamers are surprised that Valve removed the Roshpit tree again, taking into account the community’s reaction to the first such attempt.
So, if you feel the same, go to Reddit and back the petition. Make the tree great again!
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