TFT Fates renews pass for PC and Mobile
Feb 5, 2021
The Festival of Beasts has arrived, bringing new arenas, Little Legends, and so much more.
TFT: Fates is on its second half. To celebrate this milestone, the game released the brand new TFT Pass II, which includes Chinese New Year themed rewards. The TFT Pass+ sells for 1295 RP and players will have until the end of TFT: Fates to complete it.
Every game grants experience points. These are necessary to advance through the pass. Upon purchasing the pass, players will receive the Dumpling Sprite, an exclusive Little Legend that players can use in TFT and ARAM games.
What is included in the TFT Festival of Beasts Pass?
Some of the rewards in the pass are the booms, this time including fireworks and golden coins. It also includes shards, which allow players to upgrade the Little Legends of their choosing. The TFT Mobile and League of Legends client will have exclusive Little Legends only available with the pass, special eggs, and arena skins.
The Festival of Beasts also brings bundles of different sizes. These include eggs from the Revel line, booms, and arena skins. The most expensive bundle sells for 10,380 RP in the League of Legends client and $79.99 on TFT Mobile. All bundles are available for purchase until March 4. TFT: Fates is set to end on April 26.
It’s time for celebration on the League of Legends client. The Festival of Beasts is running at the same time as the Lunar Beast event, a special New Year celebration that has a pass of its own. Every game of TFT counts for both the TFT: Pass+ and the Lunar Beast event pass.
What is TFT on LoL?
Teamfight Tactics, or TFT, is a game mode released on June 26, 2019. This game mode is Riot Games’ take on the autochess genre. Due to TFT’s popularity, the developer kept the game mode on the client and even released a mobile version of the game.
Is TFT the same as League of Legends?
League of Legends is a game that includes several modes. The most popular is the 5v5 Summoner’s Rift. TFT, like Summoner’s Rift, is a game mode on the League of Legends client.
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