The mid-set update doubles down on the wildly popular dragons, giving players new ways to incorporate them into their teams.
Teamfight Tactics Dragonlands: Uncharted Realms is available now, bringing a slew of features and improvements to one of the most innovative and most-played PvP strategy games in the world. The water dragon Sohm is joining the fray, becoming the first fully unique TFT unit.
It’s easier than ever to incorporate dragons into players’ boards, synergizing their abilities with a diverse roster of champions and other units to ultimately become the last one standing against seven other players. The mid-set update is available to play now, as part of Patch 12.17.
While Sohm and the other new dragon units are freshly added in this update, they aren’t the only new units, with other League of Legends champions joining as well. With Uncharted Realms, new augments, arenas, and traits have also materialized, refining the core Teamfight Tactics experience.
Teamfight Tactics Dragonlands, leapfrogged over the success of the previous Gizmos & Gadgets update, bringing fearsome dragon units to the arena. Dragonlands: Uncharted Realms further evolves their role. A rebalanced dragon trait and cost reductions are designed to smooth the path toward acquiring and upgrading dragons to your team – including new Tier 3 dragons. Nomsy and Swain have grown a little from Dragonlands, as well, becoming full-sized dragon units in Uncharted Realms.
Dragonlands: Uncharted Realms is also giving the loot treasure round an upgrade. The Treasure Dragon is being joined by a pair of companions, which adds another layer of surprise to the lootstravaganza. Chaos and Order Treasure Dragons are a study in extremes. Chaos pulls from the entire loot table, so players have no idea what to expect. The Order Dragon is much more focused, dependably dropping Radiant items that provide boosts for the entire team.
The release of unique and diverse sets and mid-sets like Dragonlands: Uncharted Realms redefines everything from units, mechanics, strategies, and cosmetics, and differentiates Teamfight Tactics from others in the auto-battler genre. Each set creates opportunities for players to explore different worlds, build new teams, and find novel ways to conquer the competition. The Riot team uses each set to improve gameplay and drive innovation through player feedback and lessons learned from each set.