Saberlight at The International 11


Saberlight's Tweet of a Mini-True Sight ‘Shortly After TI’ Sparks Curiosity

Dhruv Saikia
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True Sight, the yearly documentary released by Valve that follows the teams in the grand finals of The International is one that is highly anticipated by fans.
While there were initial rumors of no True Sight being made for The International 11, Valve reaffirmed teams that there will be one made for TI11.
In a recent Tweet, Jonáš "SabeRLight-" Volek speculated that there was supposed to be a ‘mini true sight’ which was supposed to be released ‘shortly after TI’, sparking curiosity among the community.

True Sight, the highly anticipated documentary series by Valve, has become an integral part of the Dota 2 community's post-TI tradition. Offering an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the grand finals of the prestigious tournament, True Sight immerses fans in the trials, triumphs, and emotions experienced by the competing teams. However, this year's True Sight initially faced uncertainty and speculation, leaving fans anxious about its fate until Valve reaffirmed the teams and fans about its commitment to the game and confirmed that True SIght for TI11  will be made, however, it will be released towards the grand finals rather than TI itself. However, in a recent Tweet, Shopify Rebellion’s offlane player, Jonáš "SabeRLight-" Volek expressed his confusion after stating  that there was supposed to be a mini true sight ‘shortly after TI’.

Rumors and Uncertainty Surrounding True Sight for The International 11

Following The International 10's conclusion, rumors began to circulate within the Dota 2 community regarding the fate of True Sight. American caster Shannon "SUNSfan" Scotten hinted at an upcoming announcement from a third party that would disappoint fans, while speculation grew surrounding Valve's commitment to producing the highly acclaimed documentary. Adding fuel to the fire, OG CEO JMR Luna discussed the possibility of Valve not releasing a True Sight for this year's TI Grand Finals during a podcast. The news was met with mixed emotions, as fans and players expressed concern over the potential absence of this cherished tradition.

Valve's Reaffirmation and the Promise of True Sight for The International 11

Despite the rumors and uncertainty, Valve held an official meeting with several teams at The International 2022 to address the future of True Sight and Dota 2. Freelance journalist Kenny Utama shared the news on Twitter, alleviating some of the concerns surrounding the documentary. Valve reaffirmed its commitment to producing True Sight for The International 11, but with a twist. Instead of releasing the documentary at the start of TI12, they announced that it would be unveiled closer to the grand finals, allowing fans to relive the captivating moments of the tournament and heighten the excitement surrounding the climax of TI12.

Saberlight's Intriguing Tweet: A Glimpse into True Sight's Progress?

Amidst the discussions about True Sight, the talented offlaner for Shopify Rebellion, SabeRLight-, took to Twitter with an interesting post. His tweet read, "Wasn't there supposed to be a mini True Sight 'Shortly after TI' or am i hi." The tweet sparked curiosity among Dota 2 enthusiasts, prompting speculation about a potential mini True Sight release and what it might entail. As fans eagerly await the documentary's arrival, SabeRLight's tweet adds an intriguing layer of anticipation, leaving us wondering about the surprises True Sight may have in store.

As the Dota 2 community awaits the forthcoming True Sight release for The International 11, Saberlight's tweet have reignited excitement for the behind-the-scenes masterpiece and anticipating regarding whether there will be a mini True Sight before TI11 begins. With the promise of a closer connection to the grand finals of TI12, fans are eagerly anticipating the unveiling of True Sight, ready to experience the intense emotions, strategic maneuvers, and captivating narratives that make Dota 2's flagship documentary a true spectacle.

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Since 2012, Dhruv has developed a deep passion for Dota 2, which has only grown stronger over time. With three years of experience as a competitive player and a background in writing, he brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to create content around the game and its esports scene.

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