League of Legends

TFT patch 11.3 notes: Tristana & Darius buffs, Trait changes, more

Published: 2/Feb/2021 20:02 Updated: 2/Feb/2021 22:38

by Brad Norton

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The latest Teamfight Tactics update is almost upon us, bringing with it a handful of Champion tweaks as well as a few key Trait buffs all packed into this week’s 11.3 patch notes.

With each passing month comes a new TFT patch set to shake up the meta and change how you approach the game. The start of 2021 has been no different and the next major update is almost here.

TFT’s 11.3 update is all set to go live in the coming days, boasting a number of key balance adjustments to bring certain Champions and Traits in line.

Before you download the update and get cracking, here’s a complete rundown on the incoming TFT patch to get you up to speed.

Champions changed in TFT 11.3 patch

Elise artwork from TFT
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Elise has been targeted in the latest TFT patch.

Firstly, the biggest draw of the new update is the Champion adjustments. A few popular characters are being tweaked in the 11.3 patch with some being buffed and others being hit with nerfs.

Elise has been targeted the most of any Champion in this update with two key changes landing soon. Her ability bonus health has been scaled back while the next enemy spell cost has been increased ever so slightly.

Tristana and Darius are among others in the spotlight with this patch. The former has an attack speed buff on the way while the latter will be dealing more damage with abilities moving forward.

Last but not least, Brand and Diana have also received a few changes. Brand now has a much-improved range of attack while Diana’s orbs will now span further away from her body as she grows.

Slayer, Spirit, more Traits changed in TFT 11.3 patch

TFT artwork
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A handful of Traits are being adjusted in the latest TFT patch.

Up next are four subtle balance updates for Traits in TFT. Specifically, Slayer, Spirit, Dragonsoul, and Divine have all been targeted in an attempt to alter the flow of the game.

Slayer will be more powerful than ever with an increase to both lifesteal potential and overall unit damage. Meanwhile, Spirit has been hit with a slight nerf when it comes to attack speed. Divine has seen a slight improvement as well, and Dragonsoul should work more effectively moving forward.

The full patch notes for the 11.3 TFT update can be found below, courtesy of Riot Games.

TFT Champions

Tier 1

Tristana

  • Tristana Rapid Fire Attack Speed: 50/60/80% ⇒ 60/70/90%

Elise

  • Elise Health on Spider Form Transformation: 35/40/45% ⇒ 25/30/45%
  • Elise’s attacks in Spider Form now increase the cost of her target’s next spell by 35/35/50%

Brand

  • Attack Range: 660 ⇒ 890

Diana

  • Diana Pale Cascade Orbs now spawn further away from her body when her size increases (ie: Titan’s Resolve)

Tier 3

Darius

  • Darius Fortune’s Guillotine Damage: 550/800/1300 ⇒ 550/850/1400

TFT Traits

Slayer

  • Slayer Lifesteal: 15-30 / 25-50% ⇒ 15-30 / 30-60%
  • Slayer Damage: 20-45 / 30-75% ⇒ 20-45 / 35-80%

Spirit

  • Attack Speed: 20/40% ⇒ 20/35%

Dragonsoul

  • Upon passing the blessing after death, the ally’s next basic attack will immediately trigger the Dragon Breath

Divine

  • Buff Duration: 3/6/9/15 ⇒ 6 seconds across all
  • Buff Damage Reduction: 45% ⇒ 35/45/55/65%
  • Buff Bonus True Damage: 45% ⇒ 35/45/55/65%

Items

  • Shroud of Stillness Mana Cost Increase: 33% ⇒ 35%
Call of Duty

How to get Yellow Access Cards in Warzone and what they do

Published: 25/Feb/2021 16:46

by Jacob Hale

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With the launch of Season 2, Warzone has brand new Yellow Access Cards. They’re extremely rare and offer the chance of some very good loot to put you ahead of the competition.

Season 2 has brought a tonne of new content to Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, including new weapons, skins and maps.

In Verdansk specifically, there are a small group of brand new weapon silos to pick up some impressive loot as well as the new Shipwreck POI.

Shipwreck has brought zombies back to Verdansk, and they’re actually the key to finding the Yellow Access Card. Here’s what you’ve got to do.

Shipwreck POI Warzone Season 2 Yellow Access Card
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You’ll have to head to Shipwreck to find this rare Access Card.

How to get Yellow Access Card in Warzone

The first thing to note about the Yellow Access Card is that it’s extremely rare. In fact, there’s only one per lobby.

To get the Yellow Access Card, you have to head to the new Shipwreck POI and start slaying the zombies as part of the Outbreak event.

It doesn’t matter how many you kill, but the very last zombie drops the Yellow Access Card. So, technically, you can join the party late and take out any enemies and the final zombie and claim your prize.

Rewards & how to use it

Using the Yellow Access Card is simple: you simply head to the unique yellow loot crate on the ship, as specified with a popup image on screen.

From there, you can just pop the crate open and take your rewards, with a bunch of cash, armor satchels, weapons and more available.

Of course, this isn’t an easy task to complete. If you’ve already dropped in at Shipwreck, you’ll know it gets seriously busy, and as more and more players discover the secrets of the Yellow Access Card, this will only become more amplified.

So, if you think you’ve got the gunskill to take out half the lobby and a bunch of zombies too, it’s well worth heading down to Shipwreck and seeing what you can do.