Dota 2: The International 10 Collector’s Cache Is Here

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Dota 2: The International 10 Collector’s Cache Is Here

It’s that time of the year again, the Collector’s Cache is here.

After a few weeks since Valve decided to release the Battle Pass Bundle, we now have another surprise. One of the most interesting aspects of every Battle Pass is the Collector’s Cache. This is a special item that allows each player to receive an exclusive set.

What’s new?

Every Collector’s Cashe is different and this one is no exception. Unlike last year, today, we saw 18 new sets, which is a lot. What’s more, 17 of them won’t be able to be purchased anymore, which means that they are exclusive.

The rarest item that you can get here is a set for Mirana, which makes the hero look awesome. Despite that, there are many other good sets. If you want to buy this item, you will have to spend $2.49 USD.

Don’t forget that you only have 30 days during which you can buy this item. If you fail to do so, you won’t be capable of getting it later on, which means that you will also miss out on your opportunity to get any of the exclusive sets.

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Apart from the items, each Collector’s Cache will contribute 25% of its price towards The International 10’s prize pool. There is one more surprise – if you buy a total of 15 treasures, you will receive 36 Battle Levels for free, which is just amazing. What’s more, you will also get a higher chance of receiving the rarest item from this Cache.

On the other hand, if you get an item that you don’t like, you can simply recycle it. This will give you a total of 2 Battle Levels, which is still better than nothing.

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Dota 2: The International 10 Collector’s Cache Is Here
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.