"Teamfight Tactics" Unveils Upcoming Set "Magic n' Mayhem" In New Teaser Trailer

The following is a press release sent to Inven Global.

Riot Games today announced the name and thematic details of the upcoming game update to the world’s biggest PC strategy game, Teamfight Tactics, in the first teaser video in a series of trailers that will be released throughout the week. Releasing with Patch 14.15, Teamfight Tactics: Magic n’ Mayhem finds Little Legends exploring the Magitorium, a new castle of curiosities where limitless magic meets boundless imagination. Players will be introduced to new champions, mechanics, augments, cosmetics and a new Pass & Pass+, with some unexpected twists throughout their journey into a world of wizardry. 



Teamfight Tactics: Magic n’ Mayhem marks the 12th game update for TFT, following the game’s five-year anniversary in June 2024. The new set will be available on both PC and mobile platforms on Wednesday, July 31, 2024. 



TFT is an eight person free-for-all strategy game where players combine LoL champions and items in different formations to defeat the seven other players in a match. As the leading game in the auto battler genre, players tactically place an army of characters on a grid-shaped game board for a last-player-standing automated battle. Since launching in 2019, TFT has emerged as the top contender in the genre by providing a fun and deep chess-like gameplay experience for all types of players on multiple platforms.


Visit teamfighttactics.leagueoflegends.com for more information. 



Riot Games was founded in 2006 to develop, publish, and support the most player-focused games in the world. In 2009, Riot released its debut title, League of Legends, which continues to be one of the most-played PC games in the world. In the years that followed, Riot released VALORANTTeamfight TacticsLegends of Runeterra, and League of Legends: Wild Rift. Riot’s titles have led to the creation of some of the most-watched and widely recognized esports in the world, culminating in events like the League of Legends World Championship and VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT), which are watched by millions of fans each year. Riot has also expanded its IP through multimedia projects across music, comic books, board games, and Arcane, its Emmy-winning animated series.

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