Once claimed, players will have access to two random Little Legends to help them start building their roster of in-game characters.
Then a second loot capsule will be available from October 28 to December 3. That promotion will let players add two more Little Legends to their account as well as a random skin shard token as an added bonus.
While the actual Little Legends have no effect on a particular TFT match, they’re basically the only thing that players control other than the placement of champs on the game board.
Don’t forget to claim your TFT Twitch Prime rewards.
How to claim Teamfight Tactics Twitch Prime loot
To get the free in-game items, players are going to need to link their League of Legends accounts to their Twitch Prime.
Start a free trial to Twitch Prime or use an existing Amazon Prime account to sign up for an account on the broadcasting service.
2) Link your accounts
Link your League of Legends account to your Twitch Prime account by going here.
3) Claim your offer
After linking them, go back to the Twitch Prime Loot tab and scroll down to the League of Legends TFT Little Legends offer. Go into the promotion’s page and click “Claim Offer” and enjoy your new Little Legends!
After signing up, link your free trial account to Twitch. All the benefits that would typically come with a Twitch Prime account are covered in the free trial of Amazon Prime, just don’t forget to cancel at the end of the trial period.
Keep note that there are two separate Teamfight Tactics promotions this time around those that have Twitch Prime, so don’t miss out on the full rewards
The latest Teamfight Tactics update is upon us, ushering in a ton of new balancing updates to fan-favorite Champions alongside fresh reworks for various Traits in patch 10.21.
While Riot Games appeared comfortable with the state of TFT prior to the 10.20 patch, the latest update shakes things up once again.
A handful of Traits, Champions, and Runes have been adjusted in the 10.21 update to shake up the state of the game.
Expect the meta to be in flux as usual with new overhauls, as it could take a while to get comfortable with the new balance. Get caught up to speed with our complete overview of the patch down below.
Champions changed in TFT 10.21 patch
Azir has been buffed quite significantly in the latest update.
First up, when it comes to Champions, multiple have been adjusted in every tier. Most tweaks are quite small in the grand scheme of things, though some have been changed drastically.
In Tier 4, Ahri has taken quite a hit. Ability damage has been dropped massively, so you’ll need to take that into consideration in your next games. Similar can be said for all of Jhin’s abilities too, though to a lesser extent.