We take a look at the most picked heroes in the pub this week.
Many Dota 2 players want to learn which heroes they’ll have to choose to win the most of their games. Each meta has its own hot options, and patch 7.32b is no exception. That’s why we have included a list of some of the most successful heroes in the patch.
Also, heroes working in pro games are not always suitable for pubg. That’s why it’s a good idea to learn more about some of the heroes that players have chosen in a given patch.
Speaking of the devil, patch 7.32b has been out for a while, so most players already know what works. Let’s review some of the hottest picks of the past week and see what makes them so special.
The first hero on the list is X, which probably won’t come as a surprise to some of you, especially if you’ve played a lot of PUBG. Even if the hero doesn’t work in every lineup, X could be a great option for taking the game offlane. He farms really fast, allowing him to get to his core items faster than others.
Of course, the ax is notorious for having one of the best counters against melee. The hero deals a lot of damage and can easily tank an entire creep wave. In addition to being difficult to kill, he also prevents the enemy’s main heroes from farming.
If this is not enough, then the ax is also such a hero that alone can kill anyone easily. Once he’s got the blink dagger and blade match, he can easily rip through an entire team like a knife through butter.
Interestingly, Magnus is the second most popular hero of the week. Some of you may be surprised, given that their win rate is not as impressive compared to the others on the list.
Magnus is a hero who works well with any melee combat. Since PUBG players prefer to go for options like Phantom Assassin and Juggernaut, Magnus is one of the best companions for them. He deals more damage and AoE stuns, giving him tons of damage.
One of the important things to note about Magnus is that the protagonist can operate in the middle and offlane. Most people choose the second option because it allows them to obtain useful items and free up the middle lane for a hero who needs more farmland.
Don’t worry support players, we have something for you too, and it’s called Dark Willow. It’s a hero that can have a massive impact on the game as long as the player knows how to use it properly.
Dark Willow deals a lot of damage and is one of the most annoying laners in Dota 2. Even though the protagonist is quite fragile, it can take on a lot of pressure, making it ideal for a supporting protagonist.
The next hero on the list may not come as a surprise to some of you, especially if you have been playing PUBG for a while. Legion Commanded is probably one of the most recognizable names in Dota 2 and one of the most famous heroes in the game. This is one reason why the LC was one of the first to receive the Arcana.
Even though the protagonist is usually played in the woods, good LC players know that it can be a brilliant criminal. Some Dota 2 players also use heroes in the offlane, where they can easily go up against multiple heroes.
LC is one of the best late-game heroes you can have because Duel allows it to snowball. In some cases, the hero can deal much more damage than the team’s carry or midlaner.
Tusk has been an important part of the game for many years now as he is one of the best spinners in the game. While it’s true that some players preferred other options in previous patches, Tusk is finally back in meta, so it’s definitely one of those options you need to consider.
Although it may seem that the protagonist does not have a massive impact on the game, it is not. Once you start moving around, you can quickly secure kills and even save your allies from death.
Top tier lane support is always a plus in your hero pool. This is why heroes like Lich are chosen more often than ever.
Some people think that Lich is not that interesting and even find the protagonist boring. This is true up to a point, but the hero can do wonders with some carry, such as Juggernaut and Ursa. Also, Lich has one of the best Ultimates for Team Fights.
Everyone remembers that good old meta where Luna and Shadow Demon were the hottest combo in the game. Although that’s no longer the case, the Luna is one of the best carries you can get in a given patch.
The hero’s win rate isn’t as impressive as before, but that doesn’t mean it’s not good. In contrast, Luna is one of the few carries in Dota 2 that provides a lot of physical and magical damage.
Another thing that makes Luna so popular is the hero’s incredible farming speed. Depending on the game, she can farm as an Anti-Mage rapidly while participating in teamfights together.
The last hero on the list is very different from the rest because it can be played in different positions. Silencer isn’t a go-to option for pro players, but it can work wonders in the pub, especially if enemy heroes are weak against silence.
Even though the silencer isn’t cultivating that fast, he makes up for it by doing a lot of damage. In fact, he’s probably one of the worst mid-laners you can face, making him ideal when you want to counter a given hero.