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Teamfight Tactics Beginner’s Guide
Teamfight Tactics will be featured as a mode within League of Legends and accessible through the LoL client.
The game is available to those with access to the LoL Public Beta Environment (PBE) from June 18. In order to access the PBE, players must have a League of Legends account in good standing, with no restrictions due to punishments for behavior or other breaches of the League of Legends rules. They can then apply for a PBE account and download the PBE client.
How to Download Teamfight Tactics TFT
- Teamfight Tactics is available only for the Public Beta Environment. Only players with access to the PBE can play it.
- Players must have a League of Legends account with an honor level of 3 and free of bans or restrictions to log into the PBE.
- Once those requirements are met, head to the Riot Games support page and look for the header “Where can I download the PBE client?”
- Find the link in question and get to downloading.
- Once the PBE’s installed, you should be able to try out Teamfight Tactics through the PBE client.
Teamfight Tactics Guide How to Play Basicly
In a match of Teamfight Tactics, you’ll be pitted against seven others players. Each player has control over their own “chess board” on which they can place their own units. All the action takes place on these boards.
- At the very beginning of each match, everyone in the match will start on the same chess board and in control of their own “Little Legend” or playable avatars. There will be a “Carousel” or rotating pool of champions in the very centre of the chess board, and each player will choose one champion to take into the first round. To choose one, simply walk over it.
- Once you’ve been teleported onto your own chess board, you’ll notice two “Creeps” waiting for you. Drag your champion from the “bench” onto the board. When the round commences, your champion will begin fighting them automatically. All fights in Teamfight Tactics take place automatically, strategy lies in how you build your team, use items and so on.
- At the start of each round, you’ll be presented with a pool of random champions which can be purchased from the shop using gold. Any champions purchased will sit on the bench at the bottom of the screen.
- Champions can then be dragged from the bench onto the board. The total number of champions you can have on the board is dictated by your character level.
- The first three rounds of each match will always feature battles against creep waves. Their main purpose is to give you gold, EXP and items which you can use to start constructing a team. Once these rounds are over, you will begin facing off against real players.
- At specific intervals in a match, you’ll face off against stronger Creep waves. Defeat them and powerful items or extra gold may drop.
- The Carousel will also return at specific intervals too. It’ll feature a rotating pool of heroes as per usual, but each hero will come equipped with a unique item. What’s more, each player’s position in the leaderboard will determine the pick order. If you’re number one, you’ll get to pick your champion last. Conversely, if you’re last, you’ll get to pick first.
- At the end of each round you’ll gain EXP and gold depending on how well you performed. You’ll primarily use gold to buy new champions, but it can also be used to level up your character, and in turn, increase the total number of champions you can have on the board.
- As players are beaten in individual rounds, they’ll take damage and slowly drop out of contention. It’s a case of being smart with your composition and economy to increase your chances of becoming the last person standing.
General Tips for Beginners
Not all the champions you buy early will be kept. That’s okay, they can help you get through the early game before your real composition comes up.
- Building a gold advantage is IMPORTANT. The game is RNG, sure, but having more rerolls means you have more chances to take advantage of that RNG. Make sure you’re always buying the bare minimum, staying above 10g thresholds to earn interest. It’s okay to be very low on health early. Sparsely reroll in the first several rounds. Aim for 40-50 gold for interest by the 3rd or 4th set of rounds, ideally.
- If you’re winning matches early, that’s usually more of a reason to buy less. If you have two Vaynes and your team is wrecking, you don’t need to reroll for the 3rd Vayne immediately when you can build gold interest.
- Level 1 Units can be sold for the same amount of their worth. It’s okay to horde a bunch of low cost units early, whether to place on the board for synergy or if you don’t know what comp you’re going to run, especially if selling them won’t help you reach your 10g interest threshold.
- The first carousel has tier 1/2 units. Go for tier 2 units if the item on it is decent (like recurve bow) because it’s worth two tier 1 units in gold, meaning you can sell that Shen early for two Garens or two Nidalees.
- Tier 1 units are high value for cost. It’s way easier and cheaper to max them out (unless others are building them). A level 2 tier 1 unit is worth half as much as a level 2 tier 2 unit in gold, but they’re certainly not worth half as much in abilities/stats.
- Constantly look at others’ screens and maps to see what they’re building and build around that. If someone’s maxing out on Garens early it might be best not to focus your comp around Garen, for example.
- As a corollary to the previous point, near mid/late game, if you have room and the money, stall your opponents by buying what champions they need. Buy the Kayle from the guy that needs it for his noble comp. Buy the two Dravens you found so the guy in first place can’t get his to level 2 as early. You’re essentially spending, in that scenario, 8 gold that you can later GET BACK and forcing rerolls off opponents. This can be done early, too, when you’re just buying random champions. All you lose is maybe 1-3 gold in interest. Edit: Everyone shares the same pool of champions to select from.
- Mid/Late game the carousel should be used more for getting items and selling gold than for actually getting champions. Unless you desperately need that Kayle or Swain, go for the Shyvana you don’t need just for her Spatula.
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