Dota 2 has got a couple of updates this week that bring some handy fixes – including for a couple of noise quirks the MOBA game’s been seeing of late – and a new batch of content for its recent Supporters’ Clubs feature.
This week, Valve dropped a patch that, at face value, seems small but is pretty significant if you’ve encountered a pesky issue around random noises erupting when looking for a specific time stamp in your replays. The latest game update notes explain that the patch has “fixed a bug where seeking to a time in replays would cause bursts of noise”. Additionally, a noise quirk around the ranged ability hero Medusa’s Stone Gaze ability has been solved, in that it’ll “no longer play a sound effect when applied to non-heroes”. So, it sounds like there’ll less, er, superfluous noises in-game to worry about with going forward.
Elsewhere in the latest game update, Valve has “fixed a hang when backgrounding Dota with Alt+Tab during startup when using the DX11 rendering system”. Sweet.
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