The Diretide 2022 Battle Level Bundle, the second Battle Level Bundle of the year, has arrived
Best chance to max out your Battle Pass is here, as Valve releases the The Diretide 2022 Battle Level Bundle, the second for the Pass.
Just incase you didn’t think you could squeeze enough Dota into the next six weeks, what with the holidays and family commitments, Valve has unleashed a brand new Battle Level Bundle just in time for you to max out your Battle Pass. The Diretide 2022 Battle Level Bundle was revealed on Dec. 15 in posts across the official Dota 2 socials.
This bundle is identical to The International 11 Battle Level Bundle that appeared on Oct. 13, 2022. As with then, purchasing the bundle will land you 120 Battle Pass levels, nine Immortal I treasures, six Immortal II treasures, and six of each Collection and Ageless Heirloom treasures.
What do you get in the Diretide 2022 Battle Pass Bundle?
Diretide 2022 Battle Pass Bundle (Screenshot by Esports.gg)
The bundle retails for $29.99 USD and is available until Jan. 12, as per the post, which those with good memory will remember is the day the Battle Pass officially ends. You can purchase up to two Battle Pass Bundles for a total of $59.98, and a doubling of the rewards. However, there is a limit to this Battle Pass Bundle. However, if you previously purchased The International 11 Battle Level Bundle in October, you’ll only have the opportunity to purchase one. Still, with 240 total bonus battle levels, if you’ve bought both, its hard to complain.
Overall, this bundle claims to offers 75% savings on the combined value of the levels and treasures. And with it, your best chance to grab this year’s Arcanas and Personas. Or if you’ve already made your way through to these rewards, it’s a chance to push beyond, and grab some of those post-game battle pass rewards, such as more candy for the Candyworks, Legacy Chat Wheels, and other goodies.
For more information, check out the official Diretide 2022 Battle Level Bundle news post on Steam. And stick with Esports.gg for more Dota 2 news and info!
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