Multiplayer Online Battle Arena game (DOTA 2) has received yet another patch in the space of a week to combat in-game crashes. The developers and publishers “Valve ” are constantly working on ways to fix their hugely successful battle arena game.
The company don’t want to change to much in the way that the game is running at the moment. Instead, they just want to rectify and resolve a number of issues that their fans and gamers alike are reporting. we’ll keep you in the loop on any news and changes the game may receive. The full list of what changes will occur once this patch is out and are listed below:
- In the heroes played profile popup, the sorting issue has now been resolved.
- The crash on the map load has now been fixed.
- When the game has been running consistently for a long period of time, the memory allocation strategy has now been changed.
- The team schedule text entry boxes have gone from 16 characters to 32.
- The overall size of the team selection drop-down has now been increased.
- Crash on Alt-Tab has now been fixed.
Dota 2 will apparently exit beta stage by the end of this year (2013) and Valve will continue to make updates to improve the overall experience for gamers in the meantime. Also, don’t forget that you can always check when the new patches or updates are out on this page anytime you want.
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