Teamfight Tactics and League of Legends developer Riot Games has unveiled a complete bunch of recent content material coming to its vary of multiplayer games over the course of 2021 in a hefty new season livestream. Alongside loads of different updates and goodies on the best way to its flagship autobattler and different Runeterra-set titles, the studio has introduced that TFT is getting a new recreation mode designed for these “short on time”.
“Later in the year, TFT will be launching a faster mode that players can experience when they’re short on time, especially for those moments where you only have twenty minutes or less,” Riot particulars. That ought to be excellent news for followers who’re eager to whip by way of TFT’s autochess motion in a little much less time than video games often take, which is typically someplace across the 30-40 minutes mark (although this can differ in both path, relying on numerous elements).
It’s not clear fairly when the mode will go dwell simply but, however we will anticipate it to drop in some unspecified time in the future in 2021.
Elsewhere within the livestream – which you’ll try in full beneath – Riot has explored what’s coming in that Teamfight Tactics mid-set update, Fates: Festival of Beasts, later this month, giving us an outline of its gameplay and the Fates Pass, which you’ll examine here and here.
Plus, the stream provided a tease at one thing to return in a later replace – a “battle of good versus evil in a corrupted convergence” within the recreation’s fifth set. Gulp.
Be positive to take a look at the stream above to get the lowdown on what’s headed to League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra, and League of Legends: Wild Rift, too, if you happen to’re a fan of TFT’s sister video games. Plus, the tentative Teamfight Tactics patch 11.2 notes ought to enable you get an concept of what’s coming to the sport subsequent, too.