TI10 Battle Pass Collector’s Cache voting features cool new sets

By Neslyn Apduhan


Jun 13, 2020

Reading time: 2 min

Fans once again get to choose what items will appear in the TI10 Battle Pass Collector’s Caches.

Valve encouraged fans to weigh in on the selection process of this year’s exclusive treasure with a voting system built into the game. Players can flip through the candidates and give them a thumbs up or thumbs down, which will be used to determine which items get included.

Every year, the developer calls for artist submissions before The International Battle Pass kicks off. Last February, the countdown for The International 10 began with Valve’s Call to Arms announcement. Designers were given free rein as Valve did not hint the theme of TI10. Several intriguing hero sets were posted all over Reddit in the past month, with many of them making it into the vote.

Artists drew inspiration from everything under the sun, making it a uniquely interesting year in this regard. The list of finalists includes 148 unique sets for almost every hero. Here are some of the highlights:

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Multiple sets were also available for Underlord, Enchantress, Grimstroke, just to name a few. Night Stalker’s hero sets are absolutely stunning.

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Artists also showcased Dark Willow in a different light with these new sets.

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Mars looks ready to enter the battlefield with these enticing items.

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The TI10 Battle Pass Collector’s Cache remains an exclusive treasure

The Collector’s Cache remains an exclusive treasure for battle pass owners. The sets are traditionally not marketable or tradeable, with the exception of the ultra rare drops. Bundles from the Collector’s Cache will likely be giftable once. The Collector’s Cache is only available for a short time, giving players a very short window to collect the items they’re looking for.

Last year, two installments of the TI9 Collector’s Cache were made available, though it is unclear whether Valve was planning to do the same again this year.