Teamfight Tactics: Riot Games set to launch TFT Mobile on March 19th

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Teamfight Tactics: Riot Games set to launch TFT Mobile on March 19th

Riot have finally revealed the launch date for the mobile version of their auto battler, Teamfight Tactics.

Riot Games, the developer and publisher of League of Legends (LoL), today announced that Teamfight Tactics (TFT) will arrive in the App Store and Google Play on March 19, 2020. Teamfight Tactics is Riot’s first-ever mobile game, coming in a banner year that will see Riot launch multiple new games across multiple platforms. With this launch, we will see how ready Riot Games will be with the release of other mobile games such as the mobile version of Legends of Runeterre- Riot’s PC card game. At launch, TFT on mobile will have the following new features:

  • Galaxies Pass and Galaxies Pass+ (Free and Paid progression-based features that allow players to unlock content as they play games)
  • Galaxies-themed Booms! (Personalized Damage Animations)
  • PC/Mobile Crossplay
  • New Player Tutorial (on Mobile)

It will also include existing features from the PC version of TFT:

  • Galaxies Little Legends (Personalized Player Avatars)
  • Galaxies-themed Arena Skins
  • Ranked Play

According to Riot Games, TFT on mobile features full cross-play with TFT on PC, allowing players on both platforms to compete seamlessly on different devices. TFT will launch on mobile with the newly revealed content pack, “Galaxies,” which features space, galaxy, and star-themed LoL champions, customization options, and Little Legends, player-controlled in-game avatars. It is currently in closed-beta testing in select regions.

While launch times will vary slightly across regions, we can expect to see TFT hit our phones this week.

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Twitter: @TFT

Manny Gomez
Manny ‘Manstr’ graduated with a degree in game design and development but fell in love with the thrill of esports. Manny has always enjoyed talking about professional League of Legends and FIFA. He has been a published video game journalist in Colombia for two different publications. Twitter: @Manster415