With the start of 2020, many Teamfight Tactics players are looking forward to what the game has in store next. This morning we got details on Set 3 including what some themes and champions will be. But alas, that set isn’t due out until March. For now, we’re still pretty far into the Set 2 season and due for another balance patch in just a week or so. With that, let’s check out our rounded up TFT Patch 10.2 PBE patch notes!
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When Does TFT Patch 10.2 Go Live?
Thursday, January 23, 2020! TFT patches always go live alongside League of Legends patches and they’re usually scheduled for every other week.
TFT 10.2 PBE Patch Notes & Changes
Here are all of the current changes on the PBE. As always, there’s no guarantee that any of them will actually make it to the live version of Teamfight Tactics.
- Assassins: +50/+150% (3/6) critical strike damage & +10/20% critical strike chance → +75/+225% (3/6) critical strike damage & +10/20% critical strike chance
- Mage: Mages have a 50/100% (3/6) chance, when casting, to Doublecast → Mages have a 50/100% (3/6) chance, when casting, to Doublecast. With 6 Mages, gain +20 spell power.
- Inferno: Inferno critical hits and spell damage burns the ground beneath the target, dealing +70/140/210% (3/6/9) of that spell’s pre-mitigation damage on 1/3/5 hexes over four seconds. → Inferno critical hits and spell damage burns the ground beneath the target, dealing +70/150/250% (3/6/9) of that spell’s pre-mitigation damage on 1/3/5 hexes over four seconds.
- Shadow: Shadow champions deal +65/150% (3/6) increased damage for 5 seconds at combat start and every time they get a takedown. With 6 Shadow champions, ability is refreshed for any Shadow champions’ takedowns. → Shadow champions deal +65/175% (3/6) increased damage for 6 seconds at combat start and every time they get a takedown. With 6 Shadow champions, ability is refreshed for any Shadow champions’ takedowns.
- Warden: Wardens gain 150/300/450% Armor (2/4/6). → Wardens gain 150/300/999% Armor (2/4/6).
- Woodland: At the start of combat 1 Random Woodland Champion makes a copy of themselves. → At the start of combat 1 Random/ALL (3/6) Woodland Champions make a copy of themselves.
- Hextech Gunblade
- Guinsoo’s Rageblade
- Iceborn Gauntlet
- Luden’s Echo
- Desert: 50/90% (2/4) enemy armor reduction → 40/100% (2/4) enemy armor reduction.
Summoner: Summoners and their summoned units gain +30/120% (3/6) bonus health and summon duration. → Summoners and their summoned units gain +20/80% (3/6) bonus health and summon duration.
- Ezreal: Ability damage increased from 200/400/800 → 225/450/900.
- Malzahar: Summoned Voidlings health increased from 250 → 250/300/400.
- Veigar: Ability damage increased from 300/600/900 → 325/650/975.
- Vladimir: Ability damage increased from 200/325/450 → 200/325/500.
- Yorick: Summoned minions health decreased from 600/1000/2000 → 500/800/2000. Summoned minion damage decreased from 100/200/300 → 100/175/250.
- Renekton: Ability damaged adjusted from 200/325/450 → 150/275/475. (Early-game buff, mid and late-game nerf)
- Karma: Attack speed decreased from 60/70/80 → 40/60/80.
- Leona: Damage reduction decreased from 40/90/140 → 40/80/120.
- Sivir: Ricochet bounces reduced from 10 → 5.
And that’s everything we’ve rounded up for now. There may very well be other changes on the PBE server that we’ve missed. This is just meant to be a summary of the most notable things we expect to go live this week! Make sure to check back on Wednesday when the patch is live for the complete TFT patch notes!
Looking for information on TFT Set 3? Everything we currently know is rounded up right here on this post. So far we know the general theme of the the set is space. Confirmed skin lines include PROJECT, Star Guardian, Odyssey, and Pulsefire with the representatives of PROJECT Fiora, Star Guardian Poppy, Odyssey Jinx, and Pulsefire Shen. If you, like us, have forgotten which other champions have skins in those lines, we’ve included those possibilities in our roundup as well. Teamfight Tactics Set 3 releases sometime in March 2020 alongside mobile support for Android and iPhones.