TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble Release Date

In our TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble Release Date guide, we are going to talk about when the update for Teamfight Tactics is going to come out. We will also mention some of the things you can expect when the new content drops, but we won’t go too deep into it. We want you to have some joy of discovery, after all. Suffice it to say that the developers are changing some things up, and things are gonna get pretty interesting.

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tft set 10 remix rumble release date
TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble Release Date

When Does TFT Set 10 Come Out?

As far as we know, the release date of TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble in Teamfight Tactics is going to be November 21st, and it just makes sense that it would come out when the current battle pass expires. Before that, though, you can play give Remix Rumble a spin on PBE servers starting on November 7th (which has probably already began when you read these lines). Granted, odds are you are going to have some difficulties getting in, as there will be a ton of other players trying to play at the same time. So, just be patient and keep trying, you’ll manage to enter at some point. Now, if you want to know more about what you can expect from TFT Set 10, you can watch the official video, visit the website, or keep reading. Just know that there are spoilers incoming.

Now that we know the release date of TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble and when the new Teamfight Tactics content will come out on PBE servers, let’s take a peak under the hood. More specifically, we will talk about some of the Traits you can expect to see in the new update. For example, there’s K/DA which places spotlights on the board, and each unit under a spotlight gets bonuses. Then there’s Pentakill, where members get bonus damage (and take less) for every kill they make, especially if it’s a pentakill. HEARTSTEEL is also interesting, where the units earn hearts for killing enemies and losing rounds, but when they win, all those hearts convert into loot. That’s just a few of them; if you want to learn more, check out the video linked above.

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