TFT patch 11.2 is going to be a big one. The Festival of Beasts is finally coming, with the Mid-Set expansion for Set 4 finally launching on the January 21 patch. Players can expect 20 new champions and a bunch of new traits, as well as a new battle pass.
Riot aren’t doing things by halves to kick off 2021 in Teamfight Tactics. The big Mid-Set update for Fates, Festival of Beasts, is set to roll out in patch 11.2 after two weeks of testing on the PBE.
The update features 20 new champions, a bunch of new traits, as well as reworks to the likes of Sharpshooter, Vanguard, Brawler, and more. There’s also new content in the form of a battle pass players can grind. Here’s what to expect on January 21.
Tristana is one of 20 of the new champions added in Festival of Beasts.
Festival of Beasts introduces 20 new champions to TFT Fates
20 favorites from the TFT Fates roster will be departing the convergence, being replaced by a new set of champions to bring in the new year. The Festival of Beasts set has a distinct Chinese New Year theme, featuring the all new Lunar Revel skins as well as deity-themed traits.
There’s too much to list here, but if you’re looking for all the information on the new champions and traits, check out our guide here.
Right from day one, players will have the chance to grind the new battle pass too. With 45 tiers — the same size as the TFT Fates one — there’s plenty of rewards on offer for just 1295 RP. You can find full details right here.
Vanguards can now get magic resist as well as tons of bonus armor.
Vanguard, Brawler, more reworks currently in testing
Festival of Beasts isn’t just about bringing in new content. Some of the game’s pre-existing traits are getting reworked as well. Vanguard, Brawler, and Sharpshooter are the big three getting changes in the new set.
Vanguard will now give its users Magic Resist in the trait, making it a bit more diverse. Brawlers will also have access to attack damage, which is very handy if you decide to play the newly-released Shyvana.
Sharpshooters also spread their damage more with 2/3/4 ricochets at 2/4/6 instead of 1/2/3. While they do less damage, it means more Teemo blinds, and more mana-generating bounces.
More bounces equals more Teemo blinds.
Enlightened has been buffed to give more mana, while Cultist is getting a buff to entice people into going the whole hog and playing 9 Cultist instead of splashing in three. Assassin, Duelist, Elderwood, Keeper, Mage, Mystic, and Spirit have all been changed too.
TFT patch 11.2 will go live on January 21. You can find preview patch notes below, courtesy of [email protected].
TFT patch 11.2 preview notes
Festival of Beasts
Aurelion Sol (4 cost Dragonsoul Mage)
Brand (1 cost Dragonsoul Mage)
Braum (2 cost Dragonsoul Vanguard)
Cho’Gath (4 cost Fabled Brawler)
Darius (3 cost Fortune Fabled)
Kayle (4 cost Divine Executioner)
Nasus (1 cost Divine Siphoner)
Nautilus (2 cost Fabled Vanguard)
Neeko (3 cost Fabled Mystic)
Olaf (4 cost Dragonsoul Slayer)
Ornn (5 cost Elderwood Vanguard Blacksmith)
Rakan (2 cost Elderwood Keeper)
Samira (5 cost Daredevil Sharpshooter Slayer)
Shyvana (3 cost Dragonsoul Brawler)
Sivir (3 cost Cultist Sharpshooter)
Swain (5 cost Dragonsoul Siphoner)
Tristana (1 cost Dragonsoul Sharpshooter)
Tryndamere (4 cost Warlord Duelist Slayer)
Vlad (2 cost Cultist Siphoner)
Xayah (4 cost Elderwood Keeper Executioner)
Blacksmith: After participating in combat, Blacksmiths will begin forging an Artifact item. The higher their star-level, the faster they work. Once the Artifact is complete, it will be able to bestow upon an ally.
Daredevil: Every other basic attack, Daredevils will acquire a new target. If that target is out of her range, she will dash towards them. With each attack on a new target, her Combo Rating will increase.
Dragonsoul: On death, this blessing passes to the closest Dragonsoul ally. Active at 3/6/9 units.