Like the Battle Passes in a variety of other titles, the TFT Beta Battle Pass offers players challenges to complete as they play games, as well as some rewards as they level up their pass.
Unlike many other games, the Battle Pass for Teamfight Tactics is free, so anyone who plays the game can complete the missions and earn the rewards. Those rewards are naturally somewhat more limited, however, than they might be for games in which players must buy in to the pass.
Here’s everything you need to know about version two of the Teamfight Tactics Beta Battle Pass.
How long will the Battle Pass last?
The current iteration of the Teamfight Tactics Beta Battle Pass will be available for players to work their way through for eight weeks, due to finish on October 9.
During that time period, players will have to accrue a total of 6,800 experience if they wish to unlock the full rewards, but there’s a maximum of 9,280 experience on offer in total, so players have a bit of room to take days off or miss missions without losing out on their chance to complete the pass.
Levelling up the TFT Battle Pass
There are a variety of ways in which players can earn experience over the course of the Battle Pass. Some experience is granted for simply logging in each day, and bonus experience is granted for completing matches, up to five matches per day.
In addition, there are weekly missions of varying difficulty that will offer players a means of earning extra experience. Some missions are simple and will likely be completed passively for simply taking part in games, such as those that require you to
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Others will task players with goals that might require them to adjust their standard playstyle somewhat in order to complete them – one mission requires players to have 50 gold at once in four games, which might not occur as often for players who spend aggressively – but should still be fairly easy for active players to complete.
Battle Pass rewards
There are a total of 13 levels to the Beta Battle Pass, and each comes with its own reward. Rewards are all cosmetic in nature, and fall under three categories – icons, arena skins, and mystery emotes.
Players who were hoping to get a new Little Legend from the Battle Pass will be disappointed, however, as none are on offer in this iteration.