League Of Legends: Sett Release Date, Abilities, Skins And Everything You Need To Know

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Sett, The Boss is finally out in League of Legends, meaning it's time to learn yet another champion.

Thankfully, while Aphelios demands more memorization from his players, Sett will likely be far simpler and much brasher in comparison.


Riot Games are certainly teasing fans as we approach the beginning of Season 10.

Here's what we know about Sett.

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Release Date

It's unlikely we will see Sett enter the Rift in 2019, most likely looking at early 2020.

It took a month from the release of Senna to see Aphelios (Senna 11th November and Aphelios 12th December) so we could be looking at the second or third week of January.

He will likely appear on the PBE very soon.




Who Is Sett?

Sett is the leader of Ionia’s growing criminal underworld, Sett rose to prominence in the wake of the war with Noxus.

Though he began as a humble challenger in the fighting pits of Navori, he quickly gained notoriety for his savage strength, and his ability to take seemingly endless amounts of punishment.

After fighting his way through the ranks of local combatants, Sett muscled to the top, seizing control of the pits he once fought in.

You can read all about Sett's biography here.




What Kind Of Champion Will He Be?

Sett is listed as a fighter, meaning he will most likely feature as a Top Laner or Jungler.

“Bein’ the boss… is a lot better than not bein’ the boss.”

I get a major Vi vibe off of this champion from early impressions from him and the fact that he is claimed to take substantial punishment, you'll likely be building tanky.





There is no official word on what abilities Sett will have, based on his description, it will feature a mechanic around his brawling nature and turning his ability to take damage into a positive.

Perhaps his damage scales as his health is drained or his armour increases with more damage he takes.

Consistent hits could also create a stacking effect, leading to increased damage.

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Written ByChris Trout@TheTrout91