Teamfight Tactics Is Out Now For Free On Mobile With Cross-Play
Available on iOS and Android.
League of Legends' auto chess spin off, Teamfight Tactics, is out now on both iOS and Android today, just in time for our self isolation. Earlier this month, TFT had a beta release on Android, but the full version is now available on the Google Play Store for Android and App Store for iOS.
These mobile apps can be linked to your main Riot account on PC. Purchases, ranks, and XP progression made on either PC or mobile will be carried over, including your TFT inventory. While the store available on the mobile application won’t be fully-fledged at launch, those who purchased the Galaxy Pass+ will still have access once the update rolls out on both mobile and PC.
The only main difference between the mobile and PC editions is the type of currency used; on mobile it will no longer be the usual RP. Instead, it will display your local currency, with costs converting to as close as possible to the RP equivalent. For more on how this works, check out the Teamfight Tactics developer blog.
Mobile devices will need to meet the minimum requirements in order to run TFT. For Android this means any device with 2GB+ of RAM, Android version 7 or newer, Open GL Version 3+, and a 64-bit OS is required. The iOS edition supports the iPhone 6S and up, meaning any iPhone released after the 6S.
The mobile edition roll out is perfectly timed for players to get to know the game and its systems as the massive Galaxies update changed everything. This way you’ll be learning the new meta along with everyone else.
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