Dota 2's Immortal Treasure 3 release date is on its way

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It barely seems five minutes since the latest addition to the The International 2019 Battle Pass but Dota 2 fans are a restless bunch and the Immortal Treasure 3 release date is already highly anticipated.

The release of Immortal Tresure 2 was, well, underwhelming to say the least, with many fans reacting with disappointment and already looking ahead to the next instalment.

And, just like with Immortal Treasure 2, the big question is when will Immortal Treasure 3 be out and what can we expect?


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When does Immortal Treasure 3 come out?

Valve, being Valve, rarely commits in advance to a release date of, well, anything. Instead, the creators of Dota 2 prefer to keep fans on their toes and the speculation and rumours ahead of an announcement all help build hype and, usually, sales.

In 2019 alone, we've seen just that with the release of Mars and the announcement of Underlords, for example.

Last year, Immortal Treasure 2 release date was June 22nd, 2018, compared with this year's release date of July 5th - 14 days later

The Immortal Treasure 3 release date was July 31st, 2018, so, if we follow the same logic, the Immortal Treasure 3 2019 release date will be August 14th 2019 - one day before the TI9 group stages begin. That's quite neat, huh?

Immortal Treasure 3 2019 items

The Immortal Treasure 3 2019 items will be revealed on release date but it's safe to assume there will be the usual collection of regular, rare, very rare and ultra rare items. We know the Cosmically Rare item will be Overgrown Emblem.

Battle Pass bonanza for Valve

The decision to hold The International in China prompted questions from some observers about whether the TI9 Battle Pass would be as successful as previous versions but any fears of a flop were quickly wiped away.

Sales of the TI9 Battle Pass set a new 24-hour record and have since gone on to set a record prize pool for The International in Shanghai. As is customary, Valve commits 25% of Battle Pass sales to TI9 prize pool and, at the time of publishing that amount was $26,429,239.

James McMathMedia manager at Luckbox.