Dota 2's new Battle Pass is available for purchase as of September 1. As in every The International, 25% of the sales made until The International 11 ends will be added to The International 11's prize pool.
Today we'll take a look at the details of The 2022 Battle Pass and its contribution to The International 11's prize pool so far.
The International 11 Battle Pass release date
With the new format, the TI Battle Pass has two different release dates. The first part, which focuses on The International 11, covers the period from September 1 to November 2. The second part covers the period between November 3 and January 12, 2023 and its purpose is to increase the in-game enjoyment of the players.
As Valve previously announced, the aim of this year's Battle Pass is to keep the hype going even after The International. For this reason, The 2022 Battle Pass covers a longer period of time.
In addition, the second part of the Battle Pass will include the Diretide event blended with winter festivities.
The International 2022 qualifiers start tomorrow. You can watch the matches of your favourite teams and place bets on Luckbox. Sign up now and get a 100% deposit bonus.
Battle Pass-exclusive Arcanas
With the new Battle Pass, Dota 2 fans will get two new Arcanas and two new hero Personas. However, the first part of the Battle Pass will contain only one Arcana, while the second part will contain one Arcana and two Personas. Below you can see the list of Arcanas and Personas included in the Battle Pass.
- Claszian Apostasy (Faceless Void Arcana) – Level 495
- Oldstorm Asylum (Razor Arcana) – Level 383
- Exile Unveiled (Phantom Assassin Persona) – Level 296
- Primal Beast Prestige Bundle – Level 223
- Conduit of the Blue Heart (Crystal Maiden Persona) – Level 148
You can also obtain four different unique treasures multiple times in various levels of the Battle Pass. You can take a look at the names of these four treasures below.
- Immortal Treasure I
- Immortal Treasure II (Releasing with the second part of the Battle Pass)
- Ageless Heirlooms 2022
- The Battle Pass Collection 2022
Battle Pass includes not only Personas, Arcanas and treasures, but also many in-game items. You can take a look at these in-game items below.
- Audio chat-wheels
- Seasonal sprays, ping signs and emoticons
- Hero Taunts
- New Courier and Wards
- New custom towers (Available at level 176)
- TI11 themed HUD
How much does the Battle Pass cost?
The 2022 Battle Pass has three different bundles that you can purchase. If you want to buy a Level 1 bundle, it costs $9.99. If you want to buy a Level 50 bundle, the cost is $29.35. The highest level bundle you can get is a level 100 bundle and the cost is $44.99.
How are Battle Pass sales going, according to its TI 2022 contribution?
At the time of writing this article, The International 2022's prize pool is lagging behind 2021 and 2019. At the time of writing this article, The International 2022's prize pool is lagging behind 2021 and 2019. With Battle Pass sales, The International 2022's current prize pool is $9,732,183. $1,600,000 of this is the base prize pool, while $8,132,183 is 25% of Battle Pass sales.
During that time the amount was $11,707,941 for The International 2021. At The International 2019, it was $10,994,795. The closest TI to fall behind The International 2022 was in 2018. In the first 5 days 18 hours after the Battle Pass's release, the prize pool of TI 2018 reached $8,604,553. Maybe in the coming days, The International 2022's prize pool will precede 2021 and 2019, but it doesn't seem very likely according to the chart. We will regularly share The International 11's prize pool increase on our Twitter account. Don't forget to follow our Twitter account to stay informed.
With the start of the qualifiers, all Dota 2 fans are excited about The International. You can join this excitement by following Luckbox and be informed about the latest The International news.