Riot Games Brings Teamfight Tactics to Mobile Devices Later This Week

Riot Games announced that their tactical action mobile game, Teamfight Tactics, will launch for iOS and Android devices on March 19.

Teamfight Tactics is the developer’s first mobile game that will feature full crossplay with PC players, with seamless matches no matter which device you play on. The game will also launch with a content pact available called Galaxies, which features space, galaxy, and star-themed League of Legends champions, customization options, and Little Legends, player-controlled in-game avatars.

“Since launching Teamfight Tactics on PC just last year, we’ve been overwhelmed by the incredible response from players,” said Dax Andrus, Teamfight Tactics Product Lead. “Players have been asking us for more ways to play Teamfight Tactics, and we’re excited to share a mobile version that feels authentic to the PC experience while also keeping in mind the nuances and optimization features that mobile players love.”

Teamfight Tactics is an eight-person free-for-all strategy game where players chose from a roster of combine League of Legends champions and items to take on opponents. During gameplay, players will need to tactically place their units on a grid-shaped arena and then hope they are the last players standing after the automated battle.

“When we created League of Legends over 10 years ago, we never dreamed it would become this popular with so many players around the world,” said Marc Merrill, Co-Founder and Co-Chairman at Riot Games. “Now, as League enters its second decade, we’re thrilled to bring an authentic, competitive Teamfight Tactics experience to mobile, the first of many multi-platform efforts players will see this year.”

You can check out the gameplay trailer for the PC version below:

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