Recently, the Team Leader of Teamfight Tactics – Riot Mortdog posted a very long video to summarize 2021. In this video, Riot Mortdog along with Riot Green Teej, Riot Wittrock talked about all versions of the game. Teamfight Tactics, their achievements and the things they did not do well.
The leaders of the Teamfight Tactics development team recently had a talk show about their achievements as well as what they did not do well in 2021.
What’s more remarkable is that Riot Mortdog revealed that season 6 is currently running extremely well when the hextech upgrade system proves to be extremely great. Moreover, Riot Mortdog also revealed extremely ambitious plans to develop the Teamfight Tactics in the future. Basically, the goal that Riot Games is aiming for is not only the next seasons but also the launch of Teamfight Tactics 2.0 in the near future.
Season 6 of Teamfight Tactics proved extremely successful with the hextech upgrade system
Riot Mortdog: “I remember that Riot Vice President – Meddler said that we need to develop Teamfight Tactics 2.0. And in many different ways, I think our team is on the right track. There will be some very special announcements in early 2022.
Not only in terms of game making, the Team of Tactics development team itself has also developed extremely fast. Many of our veteran employees have moved to other departments, replaced by many new designers, a new engineering team with a series of exciting and bold ideas. This development is so fast that I personally feel that the team that developed the Teamfight Tactics is also moving towards version 2.0.”
Riot Mortdog himself also shared that if they can put half of their ideas into the game, it doesn’t matter if Tactics 2 comes out.
Indeed, in recent years, the Teamfight Tactics has been taking steady steps to separate itself from the shadow of League of Legends. Especially in season 6 when the core technology system is something that only appears in the Teamfight Tactics and creates an extremely attractive gameplay for this game. Even in the upcoming 6.5 season, “the flag of dignity” will also launch the general Silco, the first character to appear in the Teamfight Tactics without going through League of Legends.
Silco’s appearance is the first sign that the Teamfight Tactics has developed independently of League of Legends.
If we continue to develop in the right direction, then the prospect of Teamfight Tactics 2 born and separated from the LoL client will not be too far away from us. At that time, the Teamfight Tactics development team will be able to freely create, put their ideas into the game and not need to worry if it is limited by League of Legends or not.