Battle pass weekend sale brings levels and immortal treasures

By Neslyn Apduhan


Jun 27, 2019

Reading time: 2 min

Valve has released the long awaited Battle Level and Treasure Bundle.

After a few weeks without new battle pass content, players began to grow impatient in waiting for Valve to release something new. The game developer recently released the Dark Willow announcer pack along with expected release dates for Immortal Treasure II and the Wrath of Morokai special event.

However, battle pass owners were surprised to receive more good news from Valve, as the annual Steam summer sale has brought with it the Battle Level and Treasure Bundle sale.  

Valve announced The International Weekend Sale yesterday and it did not disappoint. Battle Pass owners can purchase a discounted bundle that includes 120 battle levels, nine Immortal Treasure I, six Immortal Treasure II, and three Immortal Treasure III.

The Battle Level and Treasure Bundle is available for $29.99. The bundle claims to offer a 75% discount on the combined value of levels and treasures included in the promo. Purchases are limited to one bundle per customer.

Every year, Valve announces the weekend sale on the fourth week of June. Although the release of some battle pass content was later than expected, the weekend sale hit the store.

The Weekend Bundle will surely propel players to more of the prestigious and exclusive rewards that are available on The International 2019 Battle Pass. Some of the most well-received items are the Overgrown Empire at level 160, Planetfall Earthshaker Arcana at level 365, and Bare-Knuckle Axe Unleashed set at level 425.

Battle Pass owners are still waiting for some of the eminent rewards included in the Battle Pass rewards path. These are custom lane creeps at level 182, the Young Invoker hero persona at level 305, and the Tiny prestige Item at level 255.

As usual, 25% of each Weekend Bundle sale will go directly to The International 2019 prize pool.

The International 2019 prize pool has skyrocketed to $22 million. The record to beat is The International 2018’s final prize pool, which eventually reached $25.5 million.


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