Feeling creative and crazy? Or are you just passing time in the Dota 2 client? Say no more! Dota Dressing Room – Warmful Ancient brings the ultimate Dota 2 dressing room dream to life.
A new custom map in Dota 2 took the whole community by storm. It’s no brainer that players have always wanted a dressing room feature for Dota 2. And after many years of waiting, someone has created a custom map for that sole purpose. A Dota 2 Dressing Room called the Warmful Ancient.
The Dota 2 Dressing Room – Warmful Ancient is directly linked to the Steam Market. It allows players to test cosmetic item combinations in one go before making a purchase. The custom map contains every cosmetic item in Dota 2. Every set, every item, courier and wards available in the game. And you can try them out for free. You can check out numerous combinations that will fit the look of your favorite hero. Aside from that, you can also save the sets you create and share it with other players as well. Other players can then upvote saved combinations and see who comes out with the most popular look for every hero.
So far, the custom map has received a large number of subscribers in the past few days since its launch. Despite not being a game like the booming Auto Chess custom map, the Dota Dressing Room – Warmful Ancients gives that fun twist without too much competition lurking. It’s a really good custom map if you’re just planning to kill time, aside from trying out new item combinations for your favorite hero. And who knows, with the cosmetic updates from Auto Chess, the Dota Dressing Room might create inspiration for the next The International arcana.
Even though it’s still new, updates are being made for the development of the said custom map. And it might be a staple custom map for players who want the best look loadout for every game.
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