Here’s how to keep up with the latest Dota 2 updates

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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Dota 2 receives around three series of minor updates and fixes every week because its developers do their best to offer players the best possible gaming experience.

For example, up until the time of this article’s writing, Dota 2 has already received 12 updates this month that improve the game’s overall stability and performance. These frequent updates never pack new game features but rather focus mainly on fixing bugs reported by players.

Here’s where you can check the latest Dota 2 updates

When a new Dota 2 update is available, Valve publishes patch notes on the game’s official blog. In this manner, you’ll know exactly what the new fixes and improvements are.

When you connect to Dota 2’s official blog, you’ll see two options: Blog and Updates. If you click Blog, you can check all the major Dota 2 patches and read more about Update 7.00, the latest major Dota 2 patch. To check out the weekly update series, click Updates.

Many fans dislike the latest Dota 2 patch. They feel that the game has lost its identity because one of the main elements that represented Dota is gone. Fans believe that the current terrain doesn’t represent Dota, and some go as far as to say that the latest Dota 2 changes turn the game into a copy of League of Legends.

Valve labels Update 7.00 as a new chapter and strongly believes that the story of Dota is one of constant evolution.

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