TFT Post Mortem breaks down largest patch in Set 4.5

Principal Teamfight Tactics lead designer Stephen “Mortdog” Mortimer and lead balance Riot Statikk broke down successes and failures from the 11.4 patch on Mortdog’s weekly Post Mortem today. 

For the first time since the launch of Set 4.5 Fates: Festival of Beasts, the meta feels healthy. Multiple top TFT builds are taking firsts in lobbies with the Fates World Championship just around the corner in April. Reaching a positive state in Set 4.5 wasn’t easy, with the team having disagreements over implementation. Despite differences of opinion, Mortdog and Statikk both confirmed via the Post Mortem today that no more major system or rework changes are planned to take place in Set 4.5. 

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