Dota 2 players have been experiencing a lot of bugs after the global patch 7.33 was released. In fact, the number of reported bugs has exceeded 400! However, Valve, the developer of the game, has only been able to fix 47 of them in a few days. This information was taken from the GitHub page where users report bugs in Dota.
Active Users Helping Valve Fix Bugs
Players of Dota 2 have been actively helping Valve to fix the bugs that appeared in the game after the release of the large-scale patch 7.33. As can be seen on the site, there have been a large number of bug reports submitted by players. However, despite the high volume of requests, the developers have only managed to fix 47 of them so far, leaving the remaining bugs still present in the game.
Bug Reports from Reddit Users and Pro Players
One Reddit user earlier reported a bug in Dota 2 that causes the hero under the action of False Promise from Oracle to receive twice as much damage. Meanwhile, well-known streamer and former professional player, Canada Jackie ‘EternaLEnVy’ Mao, encountered a bug that prevented him from joining any teams in the match.
Valve, the company that created Dota 2, has not yet released any official statement regarding the bugs in the game. However, it is clear that they are working hard to fix them. In the meantime, players are encouraged to continue reporting any bugs they encounter to help the developers resolve them as quickly as possible.
It is frustrating for players to encounter bugs in a game, especially after a major update like patch 7.33. However, it is important to remember that developers are doing their best to address these issues as quickly as possible. As active members of the gaming community, players can help by reporting bugs and providing feedback to improve the overall gaming experience. Let’s hope that Valve can quickly fix the remaining bugs in Dota 2 so that players can enjoy the game without any interruptions.