The Dota 2 Pro Circuit 2021 winter season is upon us. The primary of the competition’s two seasons begins this very week, and Valve has introduced that it’s given the MOBA game’s in-client watching expertise a revamp, with new options added to offer followers extra methods to maintain up with every part happening because the motion unfolds.
“In preparation for this season we’ve revamped the in-client watching expertise and also you’ll discover a ton of latest methods to look at and comply with together with the scene,” the multiplayer game’s developer proclaims on the Dota 2 weblog. Following the adjustments, you’ll discover that the consumer’s ‘watch’ tab will now embrace a full schedule for the Circuit and a rundown of group standings as they presently, er, stand. Valve says you’ll “shortly get a snapshot of the place issues stand, and what video games are taking place within the second, and the place to look at”.
Plus, the revamp means you may comply with your favorite competing groups and sustain with how they’re faring. Moreover, following the studio’s announcement of the Professional Circuit plans again in December, the DPC app has now received an replace, letting followers sustain with motion through that, too.
By way of that new content material for the Professional Circuit Valve talked about beforehand, the studio now explains that followers will be capable of buy “content material packages that includes in-game results, sprays, emotes, loading screens, and (after all) chat-wheel strains” which come straight from the competing groups themselves. These can be out there “within the coming weeks”.
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You’ll find Valve’s blog post here should you’re in search of a full rundown of the place to tune in to the Professional Circuit winter season outdoors of the consumer. Season one runs till February 28 (March 14 for China, together with a break in between), with the primary Main to comply with March 25 – April 4.