Dota 2’s “The Toy Butcher” Pudge Persona is finally here
Pudge’s “The Toy Butcher” Persona has been one of the most hyped cosmetics in the battle pass. Now it’s finally here, and that means we can expect the hero to be picked in just about every game.
But “The Toy Butcher” Persona is more than a mere skin model. It also features new animations and voice lines. The best part is, it’s not too hard to get. The “Toy Butcher” Persona is available to all battle pass owners who reach level 255.
The Toy Butcher Hero Persona for Pudge and Voice of The International Announcer Pack are now available — https://t.co/jcscB2W0D8 pic.twitter.com/9lRSxrf6GY
— DOTA 2 (@DOTA2) August 21, 2020
This is what the official blog has to say about it:
“Feared amongst the fluff-stuffed denizens of the toy box, The Toy Butcher stalks the corners and shadows of the bin, always on the hunt for his next kill. Every toy knows that once the butcher gets his hook in you, your stuffing and your life are forfeit – like as not to be left strewn about the lanes as the plushy monster jaunts happily away from your lonely, ragged remains.”
However, that’s not all. The Voice of The International Announcer Pack has been released too, and it’s available to battle pass owners who have exceeded level 75.
The International 10 Battle Pass dropped several months ago, and it’s been a smash hit. It’s helped raise more than 32 million dollars towards the total prize-pool, and it’s still on the rise.
Pudge’s “The Toy Butcher” Persona is going to give it another significant boost since he’s one of the most iconic and popular heroes. Known for his devastating hooks, Pudge started out as a mid-laner, but he’s wound up being more viable as a roaming support hero.
It was already nerve-racking trying to dodge unexpected hooks from the fog, and now that his latest persona gives him an even creepier look, it will only get worse.
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