Teamfight Tactics set 7.5 Dragonlands Uncharted - Patch notes, release date, and more

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If you've been playing Teamfight Tactics for any decent amount of time, then you know that Riot does a major mid-set update halfway through the set. Today, we have some early information to share with you about Teamfight Tactics set 7.5, Dragonlands: Uncharted Realms.

Typically in mid-set updates, the team capitalizes on the successes of the base set, and fix some of the issues as well. They cycle in and out various units, origins and traits to spice up the metagame and this set is no different. This update promises to bring a lot of wild changes that are sure to be fun.

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When does Teamfight Tactics set 7.5 release?

As with all updates, they have to make their way to the Public Beta Environment (PBE). This typically happens a couple weeks before the patch releases. We will see set 7.5 pushed to the PBE starting on August 23, 2022 in the early afternoon.

After a few weeks of testing and final tweaks, the update will go live with Patch 12.17 on September 8, 2022.

Teamfight Tactics set 7.5 Patch Notes

With that out of the way, let's get into the juicy bits about this update. At this stage, we have don't have official patch notes and won't have them for a while, but we have some preliminary info about what kinds of changes are coming.

New Units and Traits

TFT Set 7.5 New Units and Traits


  • Aphelios
  • Graves
  • Jax
  • Jayce
  • Kai'Sa
  • Lux
  • Malphite
  • Nasus
  • Nilah
  • Nomsy
  • Pantheon
  • Rakan
  • Rell
  • Rengar
  • Seraphine
  • Sohm
  • Swain, Dragon Tyrant
  • Taliyah
  • Terra
  • Wukong
  • Zac
  • Zeri
  • Zippy
  • Zyra


  • Darkflight
  • Lagoon
  • Monolith
  • Prodigy

To kick things off, we have a list of the new units that are being added to the game. At this point we have 24 in total being added. That being said we don't know exactly which units are going to be leaving. We also have four new traits, Darkflight, Lagoon, Monolith and Prodigy.

Some interesting things to note here, we're going to be seeing the introduction of 3-cost dragons, as well as a reworking of the Dragon trait to allow for a five dragon army. Additionally, Nomsy and Swain got reworked a bit. Nomsy is now an actual unit it seems and Swain got quite a glow up to be a full blown dragon.

On top of that, we're getting our very first "fully unique TFT unit", Sohm. While we don't have any other information, we do know that Sohm is one of the Dragons, and we're guessing that there's some kind of gimmick or mechanic with this unit that makes it unique.

New PvE Treasure Dragons

In Set 7, we saw the introduction of the Treasure Hoard round. In this round, players were presented with a dragon statue that offered players a wealth of items and gold to choose from. This was meant to help give players a little more agency around how to they wanted to finish out their itemization.

In Uncharted Realms, we're seeing the expansion of the Treasure Dragon round, this time with two different possibilities each game. The first one is the Chaos Dragon. This shop can offer a wide variety of items, taking from the entire loot pool. This seems to include emblems, and could include the uncraftable ones as well. The other dragon is the Order Dragon. This shop will reliably offer up Radiant items, which will increase the power of the lobby substantially.

New Augments

TFT Set 7.5 New Augments


  • Age of Dragons I, II, III
  • Assassin Unity I, II, III
  • Chrono Acceleration I, II, III
  • Consistency I, II, III
  • Darkflight Crest I, II, III
  • Darkflight Crown I, II, III
  • Darkflight Heart, I, II, III
  • Dragon Crest II
  • Dragon Crown III
  • Dragon Heart I, II, III
  • Dragon Soul I, II, III
  • Dragonmancer Conference I, II, III
  • Ghillie Suit I, II, III
  • High Tide I, II, III
  • Lagoon Crest, I, II, III
  • Lagoon Crown I, II, III
  • Lagoon Heart I, II, III
  • Lucky Gloves I, II, III
  • Mighty Tinies I, II, III
  • Noxious Poison I, II, III
  • Oasis I, II, III
  • Soul Siphon I, II, III
  • Squad Up, I, II, III
  • The Boss I, II, III
  • Vengeance I, II, III

Just like with the units, we have a list of the new Augments that are coming to the game as well. We have the typical crests, crowns and hearts for the new traits, as well as a few other interesting ones sprinkled in. That being said, the

Augments are some of the most powerful aspects of the game, so these may be subject to change. We have seen augments get flat out removed from the game in the past, especially if the players find a really broken way to use them and the team can't find a good place to settle on the balance.

New Little Legends

We're also going to be getting a few new Little Legends, including a Chibi Lee Sin, as well as a new Sprite and Pengu skin. Just like Yasuo with the base set 7, the Chibi Lee Sin has a Dragonmancer version as well that you can open through the Little Legend eggs.

And that's all that we have for you! As things start to shape up and we get official patch notes, then we'll be sure to bring those to you! While you're here, be sure to check out some of our Roblox guides, such as Project Slayers codes, YBA Codes, and Shindo Life codes for some sweet freebies in those games. Also why not check out what's coming in Wild Rift Patch 3.3b!

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