The International 10 Collector’s Cache Volume II Is Now Live
Valve’s surprises aren’t over yet. Players have more time to update their in-game item collection as The International 10 Collector’s Cache is back with its second volume of items from the Dota 2 workshop.
The Dota Team announced the exciting news this week on Dota 2’s official blog site. Introducing the new items and thanking the contributing artists, the blog says:
“The International 10 Collector’s Cache is back with a second helping of items from the Dota 2 workshop, featuring full sets for a wide variety of favorite heroes. Once again, we’d like to thank all of the community artists who tendered submissions to the Dota 2 Workshop, as well as the entire Battle Pass community for your support.”
Volume II Items
The TI10 Collector’s Cache Volume II contains a wide variety of full set and standalone cosmetic items for several heroes, including Templar Assassin, Faceless Void, and Legion Commander. The sets are classified into three categories: Rare, Very Rare, and Ultra Rare. These items can only be found and purchased on TI10’s Collector’s Cache.
The cache is available for $2.49, and it already contains basic and premium treasures. Unboxing 14 of these items will automatically grant players 34 Battle Levels and a chance to win a bonus rare item increase with each unboxed item. If there are unwanted items from the set, players can recycle items in exchange for two Battle Levels.
The TI10 Collector’s Cache Volume II is available for a limited time only. Starting this week, all items will be available for purchase for the next four weeks. For collectors, this is the only way to get exclusive item sets aside from the Ultra Rare Legion Commander set which will be available after The International 11.
Just like the first volume, all items from volume II are made by Dota 2’s designers and independent community artists. 75% of each sale goes directly to Valve, while the 25% contributes directly to the prize pool of The International 10, which currently sits at $33,456,363. The first volume is still available for $9.99, 29.35, or $44.99.