Riot Games continue to dominant gaming headlines by announcing that Teamfight Tactics will arrive on mobile devices THIS WEEK!
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Riot Pushing Back Teamfight Tactics’ New “Galaxies” Mechanic - It Will Release With Patch 10.7
The intergalactic action is only a couple of days away!
Riot Games has let fans know on the new "Galaxies" mechanic system today.
TFT lead gameplay designer Stephen “Mortdog” Mortimer explained that the Galaxies feature will be pushed back until Patch 10.7, giving fans one patch to experience the game with normal rulesets.
The game is scheduled to release on the 19th March 2020.
Pre-registration is available on Android devices.
What Is Teamfight Tactics?
Team Fight Tactics is an auto-battle game, which features 8-player free-for-all drafting tactics. Players recruit powerful champions, deploy them and battle to become the last player standing.
The game is based on the League of Legends universe and can be found in the LoL client. It has both normal and ranked playlists, with an ever-changing meta.
Teamfight Tactics On Mobile
The popular game will be getting its own app on iOS and Android devices, with cross-platform play between mobile and desktop devices; progression will transfer between the two.
The offshoot auto chess mode will be separate to the mobile version of League of Legends that Riot is creating - League of Legends: Wild Rift.
The Out-Of-Game Experience
There's a new out of game experience tailored to TFT and mobile devices. The new experience is all about one thing: getting you into the game.
As part of this streamlined approach, the TFT mobile client initially supports social (lobbies, friends, and invites) as well as the ranked system and the progression pass.
The Overall Visual Style
The visual style has been shifted in a few areas to make things clearer and easier to use.
In-Game Items And Champion Shop
In order to make items more "finger-friendly," TFT mobile has a dedicated items inventory panel.
The in-game Champion Shop can’t remain open all the time without compromising the battlefield, so instead, the shop is opened and closed with a button.
The shop automatically opens at the beginning of every round, appearing near the top of the screen so that you can still position your champions while buying and selling.
In addition, the stage tracker only shows the time left in the current phase while the Store is open to make sure you have a complete view of your battlefield.
In-game chat on mobile is not supported at this time due to the large section of the screen it would occupy.
You'll still be able to dance, taunt, emote and otherwise express yourself through a dedicated Little Legend emote menu that has been redesigned for touchscreens.