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Patch 10.2 sees a new champion and multiple class buffs planned

Multiple classes and items will see buffs in 10.2 while the hard carries will take a hit along with the Lunar class. A new champion will also join the shop, adding a higher cost option for Woodland fans.
Patch 10.2 sees a new champion and multiple class buffs planned

The tentative changes coming to Teamfight Tactics in Patch 10.2 have been revealed by the official TFT Twitter account.

New in Patch 10.2 will bring a new Woodland champion whose identity is currently unknown.

Further changes will be coming to Sivir and her Blademaster class following a small Patch 10.1B to curb her dominance in the current meta as well as the newly-added Lunar class.

The full list of expected changes can be found below:


  • Desert
  • Item Drops

Bug Fixes

  • Kindred
  • Zeke's Herald



  • Assassin
  • Inferno
  • Mage
  • Shadow
  • Warden


  • Ezreal
  • Sion
  • Veigar


  • Bloodthirster
  • Bramblevest
  • Guinsoo's Rageblade
  • Hextech Gunblade
  • Iceborn Gauntlet
  • Luden's Echo



  • Blademaster


  • Leona
  • Karma
  • Olaf
  • Sivir


What is Teamfight Tactics?

Teamfight Tactics is an autobattler made by Riot Games utilising the vast roster of champions available in League of Legends.


By choosing different champions with the same classes and complimentary spells, you can unlock powerful synergies that allow for bonuses such as greater attack speeds, increased armor or stunning opposing champions on the field.

Items can be found and equipped to maximise the potential of individual champions, granting different benefits depending on what you equip and how you combine base items.

Like the main game, Teamfight Tactics is free-to-play and can be found within League of Legends via the new Riot Games client and will be coming to mobile devices in mid-March alongside a new roster of champions as part of Set 3.