The latest Battle Pass TI10 update makes it easier for players to level up

Valve granted the request of players who claimed to have difficulty raising levels and chasing after prizes.

The latest Battle Pass TI10 update makes it easier for players to level up

The latest Battle Pass TI10 update makes it easier for players to level up

Valve Entertainment has released a new update for Dota 2 that makes it easier for owners of Battle Pass The International 2020 (TI10) to level up.

This update comes after many among the Dota 2 communities raised concerns about their difficulties in leveling up in this year's edition of the Battle Pass compared to before.

Valve is trying to convince the community that they have received the feedback and acknowledge what they have expressed.

"For Battle Pass owners of all levels, the average player has got a free level of 1.95% more than last year. "If we see the players in the first week are still below level 200, on average they have gotten 7.91% more free levels than last year," Valve said in an update announcement.

Even so, Valve said that they still "feel that there are many players who want to play with more guarantees of salvation" and present updates that can increase prizes from Wagering, Guild Contracts, and Sideshop Gold.

Prizes from Wagering at Battle Point have increased by 50 percent. While Battle Point prizes for completing Guild Contracts have also increased by 100 percent.

Now Sideshop Gold has also become easier to obtain, because the gold obtained from Recycling and the Guild has increased by 65 percent and 100 percent, respectively.

So far the TI10 Battle Pass is the easiest and biggest because it gives its owner the opportunity to get three Arcanas and two Hero Personas directly from the bat, in addition to the Immortal Treasure set and other Battle Pass features.

Despite complaints from owners of the TI10 Battle Pass claiming that this edition was more difficult than before, the contribution from the Battle Pass sales has increased the number of TI10 prizepools to more than US $ 10 million in just the first two days of sales.

At The International 2019 (TI9), the total prize pool was US $ 34,330,068 which named the tournament the largest prizepool owner in the history of esports.