Yapzor Believes 7.33 Patch May be the Best Ever Patch in Dota 2 History
Valve's 7.33 patch for Dota 2 has been released, bringing with it a plethora of changes and additions to the game. From new heroes, items, and map changes, the patch has been met with mixed reviews from the Dota 2 community. However, during a recent livestream by popular streamer Janne "Gorgc" Stefanovski, Yazied "YapzOr"Jaradat from Team Secret expressed his enthusiasm for the new patch, claiming that it may be the best ever patch and the only "real" patch ever released in Dota 2. The game has had several big-scale patches over the years, however, this may still be one of the largest ever, considering the numerous objectives that were added in one patch, which is usually not released in a single patch.
The only real patch Dota 2 has ever gotten?
During the livestream, Yapzor expressed his admiration for the new patch, stating that it may be the best patch ever released in Dota 2. He also says that this may be the only real patch that Dota 2 has ever gotten in its lifetime. “It’s a great patch. I think it’s a contender for the best ever to be honest. I mean to me, it feels like this is the only real patch that ever came to Dota,” Yapzor says.
When Gogrc mentions the big patch that introduced neutral items in the game, Yapzor still disagrees. “The neutral item and stuff were really good, but it's not objectives, you know? This is the first time very new objectives were added. I kept saying constantly during the last patch that I dint care about any changes they might do unless they introduce new objectives. Even if the map changes, I dont care. We’re just gonna get used to the new juking spots and then we’ll continue our lives normally, you know? But this, this is like a real patch,” he added.
Gorgc had his own views on the patch, which were slightly different from Yapzors opinions. “The only real patch that came to Dota? Holy sh*t. The neutral items and stuff were kinda big too though. It’s true. Think about the tournament too. They never added anything but Rosh (Roshan) that they had to kill on a timer. But yea I agree, it dint even matter, no matter how many heroes they changed,” Gorgc said.
The Dota 2 community has been buzzing with excitement and anticipation over the 7.33 patch, which has brought about significant changes to the game. While opinions on the patch may vary, it is clear that many of the professional players have nothing but praise for the changes made.