In the latest Dota 2 update that got released in the early hours of the morning of 24 May, Valve has unleashed the Earthshaker Arcana for The International 2019’s Battle Pass. To claim it you need to get to level 365 or higher, which will cost you roughly R1500 and some play time or luck with Rylia’s spins for those free levels.
The Earthshaker Arcana is called Planetfall and it looks pretty great if you ask me. It comes with a combo counter, an alternative style (unlocked at 500 kills), custom animations, all that bling, custom hero assets, custom blink dagger icon and more. To be honest, it is not my favourite arcana but it still looks awesome and you even get a tonne custom voice lines thrown in as well. Check out some lore for the Earthshaker Arcana as per the official page below.
The Earthshaker Arcana includes the following:
- All-new Model and Pedestal – Earthshaker’s model and loadout pedestal have been redesigned from the earth up, reflecting the celestial gifts he has received, and the toll such bestowal required.
- Custom Animations & Effects – Features all-new animations, combo counter, new Echo Slam effects, a custom death effect for heroes killed by Echo Slam, new ambient effects, enhanced Aghanim’s Echant Totem effects, custom Blink Dagger effect, and a custom stun effect.
- Custom Hero Assets – Includes an all-new Hero Portrait, Ability Icons, and a Minimap Icon for both styles.
- 500+ new Arcana-exclusive voice lines
- Custom Blink Dagger Icon
- Unlockable Second Style – Earn 500 Kills or Assists with Echo Slam to unlock the Burning Descent alternate style.
Getting to a level 365 Battle Pass is not easy if you plan on playing your way up there and it could several months. However, you could always just fork out the cash and throw it at Valve to get the Earthshaker Arcana right away.
Check out the video by DotaCinema below showcasing the Earthshaker Arcana in action.
What do you think about the Earthshaker Arcana and what level is your Battle Pass? Let us know in the comment section.
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