After a few months of speculation and vague indications of the post-International 2018 patch being fired, we finally have a Valve certificate.
In a blog post published November 5 at Dota 2 the website, Valve congratulated the Tigers on winning the DreamLeague season 10. And on the last line of the post, the programmer hinted at the release date.
The fan dropped the bomb, fans waited for months to release the long-awaited 7.20 patches on November 19 – the day after the end of the capital, Kuala Lumpur.
Master of Kuala Lumpur, the first since 2018-19 Dota Pro Circuit season takes place from November 9th to November 18th. It will see 16 teams struggling for a prize pool of $ 1 million and 15 000 points. These points decide which teams will receive invitational invitations 2019, so the Majors-winning teams usually have a pretty good shot when entering.
This patch release date is perfect, because teams give enough time to practice using new changes before the next DPC event – Monastery in Bucharest on January 9th. Meta will probably see overhaul, which means that matches will involve a lot of experiments until players find out what works.