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New Little Legends and Arenas coming in TFT: Neon Nights

With the release of a new mid-set for Teamfight Tactics, more Little Legends are set to join our journey at the Convergence.
New Little Legends and Arenas coming in TFT: Neon Nights

The release of the next mid-set update for Teamfight Tactics: Gizmos and Gadgets is coming, as we’ve already covered some of the features it will bring with the addition of new Hextech Augments, as well as all the new champions and traits that will be featured in it.

So now, it’s time to see some of the content that will come through its new Battle Pass and through the in-game store, featuring a new batch of Little Legends that will join us through our battles against players from all around the world.

Battle Pass rewards: River Sprite & Socialite Nixie

At first, two new styles for the Sprite and the Nixie will be available as part of the Neon Nights Battle Pass, both being based around the mystic and class of the Socialite skins.

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First look at the new River Sprite and Socialite Nixie skins. (Picture: Riot Games)

While the one for the Sprite will have more details than ever before, making it look like a cute drop of water with a flower attached to its head, the Nixie will become even more classy and elegant with its new fairy details and great touch.

Three Little Legends receive new skins

While Set 6 brought us three Little Legends with tons of skins, Neon Nights will give some love to some of the most picked characters in the auto battler, with five new styles for the Fenroar, Lightcharger, and the glamorous QiQi.

As always, these will be available through the Hextech loot system inside new kinds of Little Legends eggs. Now, let’s take a look at the new entries.


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New skins for the Fenroar. (Picture: Riot Games)


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New skins for the Lightcharger. (Picture: Riot Games)


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New skins for QiQi. (Picture: Riot Games)

As you can see above, all of the new skins for these Little Legends will be based on some of the best themes featured in League of Legends, like Hextech, Arcade, and Pulsefire, and we can also find some exclusive ones for this set.

The ones featured here are just their Tier 3, so try to get them all to this level by using Star Shards or by buying tons of eggs.

A new Mythic Little Legend

Last time, we got the opportunity to make way for a new kind of Little Legends in the form of the Chibi Champions, bite-sized versions of their League of Legends counterparts but with a few key differences, like new particles and special animations.

For Neon Nights, we won’t have any of these Chibis coming to the game at first, however, Riot has unveiled a new kind of Little Legend that will be equally or more unique than the previous ones, with the release of a new Mythic Little Legend.

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The new Mythic Little Legend, PROJECT Abyssia. (Picture: Riot Games)

Based on the acclaimed PROJECT skinline, PROJECT Abyssia will arrive in Teamfight Tactics to flaunt its new tech, with more details and animations than any other Little Legend available to date.

Its final price is not known at the moment, but we can expect it to be quite expensive or hard to obtain.

New Arenas to battle in Neon Nights

To close this up, Neon Nights will take players to the place where Choncc and Pengu are destined to put their battle bots to the test.

As one of the new Arenas available in the mid-set, the Hextech Battle Arena is a futuristic esports arena that casts your games with its over 97 unique lines that respond to your actions.

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Hextech Battle Arena. (Picture: Riot Games)

This will be joined by the Toxitorium Arena, a battlefield placed in the heart of Zaun surrounded by chemtech and a wasteful environment.

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Toxitorium Arena. (Picture: Riot Games)

That said, these are all Little Legends and Arenas featured in TFT: Gizmos and Gadgets’ Neon Nights. Later on, we’ll get more details on the full content and tiers of its new Battle Pass.

The new mid-set update of Teamfight Tactics will arrive with League’s patch 11.22 on 16th February. You can also try it through its PBE server starting 1st February.


Featured image courtesy of Riot Games.