Dota 2 Patch 7.31d Update: Battle Report, Clip Builder, Weekend Spotlights, and More

The heavily anticipated Dota 2 patch 7.31d gameplay update has finally arrived at Dota, and fans of the title are excited to know more about what the new Dota 2 update has brought to the table.

The new 7.31d patch has brought a number of changes to the game that has been requested by the fans for quite a while now. Without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the changes Dota 2 patch 7.31d has brought with it.

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Dota 2 Battle Report Update: What’s New

The new Dota 2 update has been named the ‘Battle Report’ update by Valve since it brings a new ‘Battle Report’ feature exclusively to Dota Plus owners.

This feature will enable Dota Plus users to check their Battle Report of the season. The Battle Report will include highlights, stats, rewards, and much more.

Another interesting feature that the new update has introduced to Dota 2 is the ‘Clip Builder’. This feature can be used by players by watching any replay in-game and will enable them to clip and share their highlight reels in high quality without needing to use any external software.

Other than these changes, the Battle Report update has brought new sets, treasures, kill streak effects and several other additions to Dota Plus that any Dota 2 player would love to have.

The hero relics, which were previously exclusive to Dota Plus members, have been made available for everyone and can be purchased from the Shard store.

The gameplay patch 7.31d also brings a number of adjustments to the current heroes and items. It also introduces Marci to Captains mode, which was being requested from the community for a while. Fans can read the detailed patch notes on the official website here.


The Battle Report analyzes your performance across all of your matches in the previous season to calculate your best hero, role, and overall stats compared to other players at your skill level. The perfect high-level snapshot of your season.


Remember your game with a crazy comeback after an hour and a half? The Battle Report does — and knows it’s noteworthy. Discover trends and records on the individualized Highlights screen. You’ll always know the next benchmark to beat.


Need even more stats? The Battle Report lets you dig deep into your games — sorting, filtering, and analyzing them by hero, role, or individual matches. Take your time; it’s all there.


As you explore your Battle Report, you’ll receive Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals for outstanding results. Each medal awards you Shards for your accomplishment: 400 for Gold, 300 for Silver, and 200 for Bronze.


The Battle Report is available exclusively for Dota Plus members. At the beginning of every new Dota Plus season, all Dota Plus members automatically receive a new Battle Report detailing all of their in-game adventures from the previous season.

Last Updated on June 10, 2022

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