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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:48pm 31/07/17 | 0 Comments
As the Invitational draws closer, DOTA 2 has received a new update aimed at newcomers. Which is great news because trying to learn the ropes of an already established and popular MOBA can be quite the daunting task. The update itself sounds great too, covering what could be seen as the biggest obstacles or hurdles for new players.

First up, hero selection for new players will be limited to a curated group of twenty heroes chosen for their ease of play and how successful they are at letting players learn the ropes. A selection that no doubt was born from a lot of research.

Secondly, and probably the most interesting is that matches for new players will be against players with consistently high behavior scores. Which, ticks off that box where you might find yourself in a game with people with little or no patience for someone who's APM isn't up to scratch. As per the post, "the matchmaking system will now ensure that new players will play with and against appropriately-skilled players that also have a track record of good behavior".

Out of curiosity, is there anyone out there who hasn't given Valve's DOTA 2 a proper go yet?

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