Teamfight Tactics is a relatively new auto batter game developed and published by Riot Games for PC, macOS, Android, and iOS. Yesterday (June 26), the game had its first year celebration party after the release. The action of the game takes place in the League of Legends universe, where players compete against seven other opponents by arranging their teams to remain the last one standing.
Riot isn’t removing that in Patch 10.14 for Teamfight Tactics, they are making it “more fair” to play against. Urgot was recently added in the Mid-Set update.
Several things are off
It’s not all fine and dandy regarding Urgot, according to Stephen ‘Mortdog’ Mortimer, who is the lead designer for TFT. He declared the following:
“We think there are two things that are quite off. First, his targeting isn’t random, but it feels random. The second, is that the power of one-star compared to two-star and three-star is too flat. There isn’t enough incentive to level up your Urgots.”
What is Urgot
Urgot is a five-cost Battlecast Protector that has been present in the TFT Galaxies set since Patch 10.12. The ability to execute carries with pretty much no way of stopping has initially made Urgot a real beauty.
If you’re still not convinced that Teamfight Tactics is worth playing, perhaps the Play Store presentation is motivating enough for you to install the game:
“In Teamfight Tactics, you’ll draft, deploy, and upgrade from a revolving roster of League of Legends champions in a round-based battle for survival. Band together with Rebels or devastate with Dark Stars—the strategy is all up to you.”
If you’re willing to enjoy Teamfight Tactics on a PC, the system requirements are not too high. All you need is 8 GB of RAM, a 2.00 GHz CPU, 12 GB free space on your hard disk, and a AMD Radeon HD 5670 for the graphics card or something better.
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