Dota 2 Phantom Advent Spectre Arcana

Dota 2 players have been enjoying the Nemestice is the summer event while they wait for The International 10, which is now taking place in Romania. The event adds a unique game mode to Valve’s MOBA, as well a as battle pass packed with rewards, challenges, and the long-awaited Spectre Arcana. Now, Valve has announced the Nemestice 2021 Battle Level Bundle to help Dota 2 players reach higher levels of the substantial battle pass.

Valve considers the bundle to be such a good deal that the developer is limiting the number each player can purchase to two. One Nemestice Battle Level Bundle will cost you $14.99 USD. And you only have until August 9 to pick one, or two, up.

 

What’s in the box?

For your $14.99 USD, you will get 60 Battle Levels for your pass, six Nemestice Immortal Treasures, and three Nemestice Themed Treasures. According to Valve, that’s a saving of 70% on the combined value of the levels and treasures. To put the price into perspective, purchasing 10 levels of the pass would normally cost you $9.99 USD.

Dota 2 Nemestice Battle Pass

While a new game mode is always enjoyable, the wealth of cosmetic items available in seasonal battle passes is what really gets players grinding games. There are some high-value skins available in the Nemestice battle pass too.

At level 195, you can unlock the Davion Dragon Knight persona from the Dota 2 Netflix anime. If you reach level 275, you can unlock the Kid Invoker Dark Artistry set. But the main attraction lies at battle pass level 330 with the blade-wielding Phantom Advent Spectre Arcana. Spending $30 for 120 battle pass levels is sounding like a pretty good deal now.

Valve wraps up the Nemestice Battle Bundle announcement with some Dota 2 gameplay news. The next patch, 7.30, will be released once the Nemestice battle pass ends on August 17. There’s one other important thing to note from today’s announcement. Valve referred to the battle pass bundle as the 2021 version. That implies that Nemestice will return in 2022.

Logan Broadley
Logan is an enthusiastic player of games (sometimes too enthusiastic according to his wife at 2 AM), and a video game reviewer, esports writer and gaming news writer. Originally from South Africa, he started out as a writer in advertising agencies, but has since moved on to a much higher calling: video games.

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