Aghanim’s Labyrinth Battle Level Bundle drops for Dota 2

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Frugal Dota 2 players can splurge on Aghanim’s Labyrinth levels for less money with the new Battle Level Bundle.

Valve has finally revealed the last-minute discount pack for the Aghanim’s Labyrinth battle pass. The $14.99 package is the most efficient way of boosting your battle pass up to the higher levels. Dota 2 fans can purchase two Aghanim’s Labyrinth bundles each between through February 9. Valve also announced the official release date for patch 7.31 in late February 2022.

Each bundle contains 60 battle pass levels and three of each Aghanim’s Labyrinth treasure. Valve rates the bundle as a 70% discount off the regular price. As is tradition, players are allowed to purchase two Aghanim’s Labyrinth bundles each. Purchasing both bundles available to an account will cost $29.98 USD while granting 120 battle levels and a total of 18 treasures.

Official release date for Dota 2 7.31 announced

In addition to the battle level bundle, the official blog post also gave details on the long-awaited Dota 2 7.31 update. Valve has announced the planned release date of February 23, 2022. This coincides with the end date of the Aghanim’s Labyrinth battle pass. All of the exclusive content, including the Mirana persona, Drow Ranger arcana, and Hoodwink prestige pack will no longer be available in the new update. All of the new skins and immortals across the three treasures will go along with it. The Shadow Fiend, Doom, and Witch Doctor ultra rares should shoot up in price once they become unavailable.

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The current patch 7.30 is one of the longest balance updates in Dota 2 history with more than six months of playtime. The current version has gone through four major patches along the way, including the release of the 122nd hero Marci in 7.30e. There have been multiple patches meant to tone down theis newest hero, but she remains strong in the current meta.

Despite the delay, 7.31 is still a post-International patch and should contain some major changes for Valve’s competitive MOBA.