On this day, 7 years ago, we got the first Spring Cleaning update

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Since 2014, we've had a major or minor bug-fixing/performance/remodeling/UI improvement update every year. Even in 2015 we got a massive update with a new client and game engine. In 2017's Bladeform Legacy update, we got UI changes and the Jakiro remodel.

Spring Cleaning 201429th April, 2014http://www.dota2.com/springcleaning2014/
Dota 2 Reborn17th June, 2015https://www.dota2.com/reborn/part1
Spring Cleaning 201624th March, 2016http://www.dota2.com/springcleaning2016
Bladeform Legacy15th March, 2017http://www.dota2.com/bladeformlegacy
Spring Cleaning 20181st Feb, 2018https://www.dota2.com/springcleaning/
Summer Scrub I & II8th August, 2019https://www.dota2.com/summerscrub

Now, its understandable that we didn't get such an update last year due to the pandemic. But the game is in dire need of a performance boost, especially on low-end systems.

You may have seen this post about Jeff Hill's comment recently. But even that comment didn't address many issues. So many tooltips are broken and spell interactions are buggy. Valve haven't made an active effort to communicate with the community and gather feedback on bug-fixing or QOL changes like they did during the Summer Scrub updates.

We need something like that this year. Please Valve!

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/DotA2/comments/n0ogr0/on_this_day_7_years_ago_we_got_the_first_spring/

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