League of Legends Teamfight Tactics

Jun 10 2019 2 min read

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The success of Dota Auto Chess doesn't leave the minds of both fans and developers. This time the inspiration was "caught" by the Riot Games minds. They have announced the new Teamfight Tactics mode in League of Legends, which essentially copies the system and meaning of the Dota Auto Chess game.

As the developers admit in the release, "TFT is our next big exploration in that space and the first time we're jumping into a different genre. We've always loved strategy games, and recently we've gotten into the new auto-battler genre—folks around the office have been playing an insane amount of Dota Auto Chess in particular. We love it, and it actually got us inspired to create something new as a mode in League."

The action of the strategy game is divided into rounds. You and your team will fight against seven rivals. The goal is to become the last survivor. During the game, you will be able to make the team stronger by collecting champions of the same faction or the same class to get the bonus features. The game is to develop or emphasize the logical abilities of the players because it will be necessary to take into account various combinations of heroes, as well as to think wisely of their actions, for a successful game.

You can read the details of the rules (more precisely, an introduction to the regulations) on the official website.

A dose of "kawaii": the avatars in TFT will be available to you in the form of six kinds of mini-legends.

TFT beta-test will appear this month. Developers warn about possible bugs and notify players not to hesitate to report various errors through support page on the site.

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