Everything we know about TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble: release date, traits, more
Teamfight Tactics’ 10th set Remix Rumble is soon to be released, here’s everything you need to know about the new set including the release date, traits, and more.
Set 10 of Teamfight Tactics is bringing the groove to the Convergence. TFT: Remix Rumble will bring in a bunch of music-inspired new traits, units, mechanics, and more.
Looking to get in tune before the set releases? We’ve got you covered.
Teamfight Tactics Remix Rumble release date
Teamfight Tactics Remix Rumble will be dropped on the PBE on November 7th, 2023. Available for testing, the Public Beta Environment will host the set for about two weeks before it moves over to the live servers.
This means that Teamfight Tactics Remix Rumble should be released in full on the 21st of November, 2023.
Teamfight Tactics Remix Rumble traits
With the musically inspired theme going, many of the traits in Remix Rumble take inspiration from pre-existing bands within the League universe.
It wouldn’t be set 10 without League of Legends’ most popular virtual band K/DA. K/DA places spotlights on the player’s board, putting units in these spotlights will grant them bonus stats.
True Damage is all about style, with their units gaining a Bling bonus when you itemize them. This effect seems similar to Cybernetic from Set 3, so you’ll want to spread your items around when playing True Damage units.
As the name suggests Pentakill is all about Pentakills. Pentakill members receive damage reduction and bonus damage, increasing as they score kills. When your Pentakill team scores a pentakill this bonus increases again.
Newest boyband HEARTSTEEL is here to steal the adoration from their fans. As the gambling trait for the set, HEARTSTEEL units earn hearts by slaying enemies and losing rounds, with a round win converting the earned hearts into loot.
Disconauts will summon a placeable disco ball that’s capable of healing your allies and granting them attack speed.
- Twisted Fate
Emo is back in business with Big Sad. Big Sad units harness the power of tears to cast more spells, especially when ally units die.
The Desperados will be the summoning trait of this set. Similar to Cultist and Abomination, Country units will eventually summon Hecarim who will ride in to save the day.
- Tahm Kench
Punk is covered by the Anarchists of Set 10. Anarchists are for those players who love to reroll, as the trait will make your first reroll each round cost 1 gold. On top of that Anarchist members will gain extra stats for each reroll.
EDM group Tranceform is hitting the convergence with multiplying abilities. One of your Tranceform units will become the leader, and all other Tranceform units will also cast their spell when they do.
High-Score is a bit of an oddball trait. When placing High-Score units, they’ll be able to score points with the crowd. As they score more points they’ll gain more favor with the crowd, granting them powerups.
A newcomer band to Set 10, Ziggs and Lulu form the dynamic duo of Glitterbomb. Not much is known about these two units yet, so stay tuned to hear what their melody might be.
Not entirely a band, Superfans help pump up their Headliner, granting them radiant items based on the trait tier.
Freeflow is all about how many traits the player has active, granting bonuses for each non-unique trait active.
- Miss Fortune
Sona has returned as queen of the beat, and she’s bringing her own unique trait. Mixmaster allows Sona to choose a certain form when being placed, including healing, attack speed, and damage.
Illaoi arrives in style for Set 10, bringing placeable tentacles that slam down on enemies when she casts her ability.
Like Sona, Jhin would be remiss if they didn’t join in on the action. Jhin is capable of summoning turrets on the player’s bench, which will be conducted by Jhin to attack enemy units. Jhin is also able to deal bonus damage to enemy tacticians, making him a great finisher unit.
Teamfight Tactics Remix Rumble mechanics
Portals are back once again! Like in Set 9, portals will be available to be voted on during the start of the game. However, these portals aren’t quite as game-changing like Set 9, but will still add more complexity to each match.
Legends have been a hot topic since its introduction in Set 9. Riot has seen how Legends can have a negative effect on the meta and is therefore removing them in Set 10. The developers are looking to explore and iterate a bit more on Legends before thinking about revisiting it in the future.
Augments are sticking around for Set 10. Riot has also noted that they’ve made new augments that will join the roster when the new set drops.
The Chosen mechanic is returning with a bang in Set 10. Headliners are special units that occasionally appear in your store.
Like Chosen, Headliners will also grant +1 to one of their traits, and will automatically be bought at 2 stars.
Unlike Chosen, Headliners will each have a specific headliner effect, that empowers them and their abilities.
Teamfight Tactics Remix Rumble music
Set 10 wouldn’t be a music-themed set without music to back it up. As you build and create your team composition in Set 10, the music will reflect it, bringing in different motifs and instruments as you symphonize your army.