The Dota 2 Outlanders Update has introduced so many new features to the game that people are still reacting to it.
The update includes two new heroes, 62 new neutral items, Outposts, and a giant information dump of hero and item changes, that have most of the Dota 2 community already calling it “Dota 3”.
Of course, with so many changes made to the game, a large number of well-known Dota 2 personalities have expressed their thoughts on social media. Here’s are the best reactions to the update.
David “LD” Gorman and Alliance have expressed their excitement after looking into all the new changes the update has to offer.
Sebastien “Ceb” Debs is happy about the new courier change. Teammates will no longer have to argue over courier usage during their games.
Meanwhile, pro teams like Virtus.pro, Vici Gaming, and Team Secret have been fixated on the huge item changes from the patch.
- All the notable Aghanim’s Scepter upgrades from the Outlanders Update
- Dota 2 is now an entirely different game with the Outlanders Update
And, of course, right after the patch was released, Dota 2 meme king Jake “SirActionSlacks” Kanner went straight to testing out all the new changes with Techies.
Evil Geniuses team captain, Tal “fly” Aizik was busy testing out all the new Aghanim’s Scepter changes that were included in the patch.
There are, however, some in the community who aren’t completely sold on the new patch. Dota 2 caster Austin “Capitalist” Walsh, Team Secret coach Lee “Heen” Seung Gon, and Rasmus “MiSeRy” Filipsen have voiced their skepticism about all the changes to the game.
Lastly, after going through all the social media posts of well known Dota 2 personalities, we found evidence that SirActionSlacks predicted the Lycan Aghanim’s Scepter update two years ago! Which means, he’s either a prophet or Icefrog.
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