Dota 2 gets a new Update that adds three new heroes

As promised, Valve has released a new update for the beta version of their upcoming free-to-play title, Dota 2. This new update adds three heroes (Chaos Knight, Phantom Assassin, and Gyrocopter), fixes a bug where bots would pick their heroes before humans locked in their picks, and comes with some rebalance tweaks for various characters. This update will be auto-downloaded next time you start the Steam client and you can view its complete changelog below. Enjoy!
Dota 2 Update Changelog:
– Added Chaos Knight, Phantom Assassin, and Gyrocopter!
GAMEPLAY
– Drow: Fixed Frost Arrows not working on mechanical units.
– Morphling: Added effects for strength and agility morph as well as an overhead timer for replicate.
– Nature’s Prophet: Fixed Sprout destroying other trees around it.
– Shadow Demon: Fixed Soul Catcher being dispellable.
– Shadow Demon: Fixed Shadow Poison impact damage not hurting Disrupted units (and thus not disabling Blink).
– Fixed targeted spells not temporarily revealing the attacker.
– Fixed Orb of venom working on denies.
– Fixed the following spells being castable on magic immune allies: Nightmare, Frost Armor, Nature’s Guise, Holy Persuasion, Decrepify, Astral Imprisonment, Shadow Word and X Marks The Spot
UI
– Selecting “Equip” on an item in the backpack now flips to the loadout and automatically does the equipping for you.
– Added support for watching replays via URL. For example, “dota2://dota2://matchid=15478&matchtime=300” will go directly to five minutes into match 15478.
– Added button in replay panel to copy an URL into the clipboard that can be used to get back to that point in that replay.
– Added Hall of Fame trophies to the bases. Clicking on them will display the winning teams of The International.
DOTA 2 BOTS
– Made bots not leave a gank if they currently have the ability to reincarnate and allies are still attacking.
– Fixed bug where bots would pick their heroes before humans locked in their picks.

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