Mira: True Sight will be before the next TI as Valve didn't finish the production yet Interview2022-05-17 10:59:00
Team Spirit Miroslaw "Mira" Kolpakov shared his information about the upcoming True Sight. He thinks that fans will have to wait up until The International 2022 to see the show. Mira gave his thoughts during the post-match interview after Spirit's early exit from the ESL One Stockholm Dota Major 2022.
I think True Sight will be really fun, because we were super chill during the finals; jokes and stuff. But I think it's not coming out soon because it's not over. I mean, they [Valve] didn't shoot everything yet, they're going to finish it soon. So it will be before [closer to] the next TI.
Did Team Spirit watch every True Sight?
Yes, many times. It's super fun to watch and very inspiring to play better. Didn't do it this time, though. Maybe, this is the reason [we lost]. I think we're going to fix it as well.
On their early exit from the Major
This time we messed with people's expectations that we are going to win everything. You always feel sad after a loss like this. I could say a lot of stuff that we didn't expect that we were going to play this tournament at all, and we didn't prepare well, and other stuff. But the one direct reason why we lost is that we just play super bad right now. It's not our best shape individually. It's all coming together and we play bad, and we know that. We don't hide it from ourselves. It was not enough this time, so we're just gonna try to better meta understand and become stronger.
Thunder Awaken will be top-3 at the Major
I do think that we lost to ourselves in the lower bracket but there were some surprises. Like Thunder Awaken. I feel they are really good. Even after we 2:0'ed them in the group stage, they still played very fast, very well. I think they're gonna reach top-3 at this tournament. I really like their gameplay. It's like the old OG. Their midlaner just runs around the map while carry farms a lot and they play 4+1, and it actually works. I think it's fun to watch.
ESL One Stockholm Dota Major 2022 takes place from May 12 to 22 in Sweden. The $500k prize pool and 3,530 DPC points will be split among 14 teams. Team Spirit didn't manage a single win in the playoffs and left the tournament without DPC points.