The release of the new set for Teamfight Tactics: Gizmos and Gadgets is just around the corner, as we have already covered some of the features it will bring with the addition of the Hextech Augments, as well as all the new champions and traits that will be featured in it.
So now, it’s time to see some of the content that will come through its new battle pass and the in-game store, featuring a new batch of Little Legends that will join us through our battles against players from all around the world.
Battle Pass rewards: Arcane Sprite and Dr Shisa
At first, two new styles for the Sprite and the Shisa will be available as part of this set’s battle pass, both being based around the Hextech technology and the release of the Netflix animated series, Arcane.
While the one for the Sprite looks both simple and cool, with some details resembling a Hextech gem, the Shisa shows a very geeky and elegant style, with evolving effects and some accessories added in each tier.
Three new Little Legends join the party
The new set will arrive with a new series of adorable Little Legends, that will undoubtedly be among the favourites of many players due to their many different colour schemes, as well as their impressive designs.
As always, these will be available through the Hextech loot system inside new kinds of Little Legends eggs. Now, let’s take a look at the new entries.
All three of these Little Legends will be available in eight different styles, and as always, tiers can be unlocked using Star Shards once you got any of them.
Chibi Champions are coming to wreak havoc
Last but not least, a new kind of Tacticians are also joining the Convergence with the debut of the Chibi Champions.
Chibi Champions are bite-sized versions of their League of Legends counterparts, with all the team-fighting talent and portal-making power of Little Legends, but with a few key differences.
First off, Chibi Champions will be purchasable directly from the store for 1900RP, since they come from normal eggs. They also won’t join you in ARAM games and also, you won’t need to spend Star Shards to level them up, as they won’t have 2 or 3-star variants.
They’re packed with special features as custom boom animations (which can be unequipped at will), and even come packed with personality, sporting some of League’s coolest dances, taunts, and laughs to date, being different to the ones they use in League.
Jinx and Vi will unleash their inner angst on their very own punching bag bot (just like in Arcane), while Ekko and Jinx perform chibi-fied covers of their favourite songs.
Soon we will share more of the content prepared for the release of TFT: Gizmos and Gadgets, including details of every Hextech Augment, as well as all tiers and rewards from its new battle pass.
Don’t forget to check out our Teamfight Tactics dedicated section for more news, guides, updates, and esports coverage.
Featured image courtesy of Riot Games.