New TFT Set: Remix Rumble

By Nicholas James


Nov 5, 2023

Reading time: 5 min

Teamfight Tactics (TFT) has been captivating players with its ever-evolving sets, each offering unique themes and mechanics that breathe new life into the popular auto-battler game.

Now, with the arrival of Remix Rumble, Riot Games is ready to take TFT enthusiasts on an electrifying musical adventure. Remix Rumble combines the best of Riot’s fictional bands, introducing K/DA, Heartsteel, Pentakill, and True Damage as well as crafting entirely new musical groups to enhance the TFT experience. The set is designed to be a “greatest hits” expansion, revisiting beloved mechanics from previous sets while introducing fresh and innovative elements.

TFT: Remix Rumble

One of the most exciting aspects of Remix Rumble is how it unites the various musical bands from Riot Games’ extensive universe. K/DA, Heartsteel, Pentakill, and True Damage are all making their appearances in this set, each with their own unique traits that will influence the course of the game.

K/DA, Riot’s K-Pop sensation, brings its vibrant energy to the battlefield. The K/DA trait will include champions such as Ahri, Kai’Sa, Evelynn, and Akali. These champions will synergize to form a powerful team that dazzles the audience and dominates the competition.

Heartsteel, with its hip-hop vibes, adds a whole new flavor to the TFT experience. Heartsteel champions like Kayn, K’Sante, and Aphelios are all about hard-hitting beats and heavy basslines, promising to shake up the metagame with their unique synergies.

True Damage, another hip-hop group, brings their lyrical prowess to Remix Rumble. Champions like Yasuo, Ekko, and Qiyana will unite to create a formidable force with their own special traits and abilities.

There’s also Pentakill, Riot Games’ first champion-crewed band, a heavy metal composition that seems to be as aggressive as its guitar licks. We already have information on the Pentakill Legendary, Yorick. Yorick’s ability will make him summon temporary ghouls that fight for him

But Remix Rumble doesn’t stop there. Riot Games has introduced a new pop group featuring Lulu and Ziggs, as well as a Jazz Band comprising Bard and other Space Groove champions, promising a diverse and dynamic musical landscape for TFT players to explore.

The Greatest Hits of Mechanics

Remix Rumble doesn’t just shine through its musical theme; it also brings back beloved mechanics from previous TFT sets, giving players a sense of nostalgia and familiarity while adding new layers of complexity to the game.

Augments, now an evergreen mechanic, are back. These game-altering enhancements will provide players with a wide range of strategic choices to adapt to the ever-changing battlefield.

Portals, known from TFT: Runeterra Reforged, make a return, adding a thrilling dimension of unpredictability to battles as players vote on a variety of rewards and mechanics. Portals won’t be nearly as influential during this set as they were during Runeterra Reforged, though. So no region portals to completely transform the board, you’ll have different things to manage.

Radiant Items, supercharged versions of regular items that players can craft from components are also making a return. It’s unclear how Radiant items will show up, but developers have confirmed they’ll return.

The Chosen trait from TFT: Fates is reimagined as “Headliners.” These unique champions with Headliner abilities will appear rarely in the shop, always as two-star units. This rarity adds an exciting element to the game, as players must carefully consider when and how to add these extraordinary champions to their compositions

TFT: Rumble Remix makes music a mechanic

In Remix Rumble, Riot Games has gone the extra mile to create an immersive experience for players by incorporating music into the gameplay. The background music will dynamically change depending on the traits you field, providing an auditory treat that enhances the thematic feel of each band.

K/DA and Heartsteel, known for their K-Pop and hip-hop influences, bring their respective genres to life with infectious beats and catchy melodies. As you field these champions, you’ll be accompanied by a soundtrack that reflects the high-energy rhythms of K/DA and the urban vibes of Heartsteel.

True Damage, another hip-hop group, ensures that the TFT battlefield is always in the groove. Their characteristic sound adds a layer of intensity to your matches, making every victory feel like a stage-shaking performance.

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But Remix Rumble isn’t all about the familiar. Riot Games introduces a new pop group featuring Lulu and Ziggs, bringing a poppy and bubbly atmosphere to the game. The Jazz-influenced composition, including Bard and other Space Groove champions, creates a jazzy ambiance that’s sure to have you tapping your foot as you strategize your way to victory.

New TFT set brings no half sets

Teamfight Tactics’ Remix Rumble is poised to be a game-changer for the TFT community. By uniting Riot Games’ fictional bands and crafting new musical groups, this set promises an unparalleled musical journey. Remix Rumble revisits beloved mechanics from past sets while introducing fresh innovations, ensuring that players experience the thrill of the greatest hits in the world of TFT. One big change is that Remix: Rumble will not have a half-set update. Instead, when fans would normally expect a mid-set overhaul, they’ll instead get a completely new set.

The infusion of music into gameplay, varying according to the traits you field, adds an extra layer of immersion, making each match feel like a concert of epic proportions. Whether you’re a fan of K/DA, Heartsteel, True Damage, or the new pop and jazz groups, Remix Rumble promises a TFT experience like no other.

So, get ready to rock, pop, and jazz your way to victory in Remix Rumble – the ultimate fusion of music and strategy in Teamfight Tactics. This is a set that’s sure to strike all the right chords and leave you wanting an encore with every match. Don’t miss the chance to be a part of this musical revolution in the TFT universe!


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