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TFT Updates and Mobile Announcement | Riot Pls: 10th Anniversary Edition – League of Legends


Let’s talk a little bit about League’s newest permanent game
mode Teamfight Tactics. When we launched Teamfight Tactics earlier this year, we hoped
you’d love it and the response has blown us away. TFT has brought millions of players to League. It’s one of the biggest modes we’ve ever added to League
and it has us feeling incredibly inspired about ways we can keep investing
into TFT for years to come. One of the biggest ways we’re going to
be changing the game in the near future is with seasonal sets. A couple of times per year we’ll rotate
in a whole new host of champions, origins, classes, and items. TFT will always be about strategic depth and exploration. And the new sets will keep some of
the mechanics familiar but will also reimagine a few favorites, and will
introduce others that are totally new. Thematically we can explore the entire League
universe and the alternate universes by drawing deep from the whole spectrum
of champions and skins that we’ve created in the past 10 years. The first seasonal side is coming to live servers in just three weeks. It’s called Rise of the Elements, just like preseason. It will feature totally new origins like desert, inferno, poison,
and new classes including the summoners and mystics. New champions like Lux, Annie, Olaf. and even some old favorites bringing new twists. Those that played in the beta season will get rewarded for their climb,
and we’ll reset the ladder as we bring improvements to the system. And of course set two wouldn’t be complete without a whole new host of
little legends, arena skins, and some brand new things to make you and your
team look good. It’ll hit PBE October 22nd and we’ve just published a dev
blog on LeagueofLegends.com with more details. Check it out and let
us know what you think. One more thing. From the moment we launched TFT players
have been asking for a mobile version of the game. It turns out, you guys actually do have phones. So by popular demand we’re announcing Teamfight Tactics 
as its own separate app for iOS and Android devices. It’s coming in early 2020 and we’ll
have a few betas coming in December of this year. It’ll feature full cross
platform play with the PC version of TFT. Hope you enjoy it.

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