DOTA 2 has released a new set of hero skins in the Chest of Endless Days event.
Unlike other treasure sets, in the Endless Days event, players will obtain a random chest after completing matches.
These are the 13 new sets and how to get them, including the ultra-rare set Heir of Menace for Invoker.
How to Obtain the DOTA 2 Endless Days Sets
These treasures are not available directly for purchase. Instead, they will drop randomly to players as they compete in matchmaking.
In order to unlock one treasure, players need to purchase a key for $2.49. They can also sell the treasure on the market instead.
DOTA 2 Endless Days Treasures
For this collection, DOTA 2 Chest of Endless Days will introduce ten normal skins and three skins of a higher rarity.
These are the ten normal sets:
- Luna - Madness if the Amaranth Orb
- Templar Assassin - Faceless Destiny
- Weaver - Vespoid Stalker
- Nature's Prophet - Prolific Planter
- Viper - Toll of the Netherblight
- Drow Ranger - Discipline of the Dark Star
- Wraith King - Unholy Harvest
- Pangolier - Foxtail Libertine
- Wyvern - Polar Night Winter
- Lycan - Requiem for Red Wolf Clan
From all these interesting sets, Lycan's Requiem for Red Wolf Clan is the one attracting most of the attention due to an error.
When using Lycan's shapeshifting ability, players will see a big graphic with the word ERROR instead. The set is likely to receive a fix, but in the meantime, it is a fun glitch to see in action.
During DOTA 2 Chest of Endless Days, Valve will introduce an Ultra Rare version of a Persona Treasure for the first time.
This will be Invoker's Heir of Menace, which features a kid version of the Hero with a crown and mustache.
Players will also receive The Acolyte of the Lost Arts Persona included with the Heir of Menace Set.
These are the other two rare sets that complete the collection:
- Monkey King - Servant of the Sightless Shamans (Rare)
- Hoodwink - Scourge of the Skyrangers (Very Rare)