Dota 2 Patch 7.33 Anticipation Grows, New Mechanic Teased Involving Unique Item and Channeling

Dota 2 fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of the game’s next major update, Patch 7.33, which is expected to significantly change the game’s mechanics, hero roster, and maps. The recent release of the Dead Reckoning Update, also known as Patch 7.32E, left some fans underwhelmed, prompting Valve to assure players that the much-anticipated 7.33 update is still on the way in Late April.

Wykrhm Reddy, a well-known Dota 2 persona, took to Twitter to share a cryptic message about the upcoming major update. The tweet hinted at a new mechanic involving an item allowing players to channel to an enemy or team player. Reddy’s tweet read:

Patch Riddles: Make your guesses!

  • “Any player can use a [NOUN] to [VERB] to the other one after channeling for 3 seconds.”

As fans eagerly await the release of Dota 2 Patch 7.33, speculations and theories about this new mechanic are running wild. The riddle-like tweet has left many players guessing about the possible implications of this new feature. Some suggest that the item could be a powerful tool for saving teammates, while others think it could disrupt enemies.

What do you think, what’s it going to be?

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