Dota 2 players can look forward to a seasonal event, probably…. maybe.
The team in charge of Dota 2 development at Valve hasn’t exactly had the best record when it comes to seasonal events. The did cancel Frostivus last year and replace it with The Greeviling, and they decided not to do The Harrowing and forget to tell everyone else. It’s reasonable that Dota 2 players are skeptical that they will actually be able to participate in a fun winter inspired event this December.
FINALLY, FROSTIVUSSince last year’s celebration was cancelled (the less said about that the better), rest assured that this year’s Frostivus will be twice as caring and serene.
There’s not a lot of info to go on at this point, but the fact that they have a web page for it (http://www.dota2.com/frostivus2013/) surely means they are at least somewhat dedicated to the idea of seasonal events.Here in the Gamecrastinate office we got our start playing Dota 1 at a lan center in Lake Worth, Florida during the early days of the mod. Even though we’re LoL players now Dota will always hold a special place in our heart. As will the idea of Christmas seasonal events!