DOTA 2 Update Adds Least Played Mode, Fixes Issues

Gamers will be able to improve their game with less familiar characters

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Video game developer Valve is launching a new update for DOTA 2, which adds an entirely new game mode, fixes a long list of issues that the community has flagged and adds new bots and features to the game.

Video game developer Valve is launching a new update for DOTA 2, which adds an entirely new game mode, fixes a long list of issues that the community has flagged and adds new bots and features to the game.

The Least Played mode is now included in matchmaking and allows players to choose from the list of characters that they spent the least amount of time with.

Valve says Least Played is “great for learning new heroes since everyone will be on equal footing.”

The full list of changes for DOTA 2 is available on the official Steam website.

DOTA 2 is the new Multiplayer Online Battle Arena title from Valve and the team working on it is using a beta stage to tweak the game experience and add new features ahead of a full launch that’s expected to happen later during the year.

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