After a period of waiting for gamers, Riot has finally released TFT season 6.5 – a version that is considered to be even more attractive than season 6 with a series of changes, from chess pieces to clans and clans. both Tech Cores as well as equipment. Among these, there are generals that have been “teased” to be super strong like Renata Glasc (Scholar – Chemistry) or Silco (Godfather – Scholar) or Vi upgraded to 4 gold with the skill set. The ability is both lethal, sturdy, and has strong control.
TFT season 6.5 brings a lot of interesting changes to the gaming community
But of course, as a “tradition” of Riot, every time there are major updates, there are immediately countless heavy bugs that make the TFT community “coal”. As recently, gamers have discovered a bug that causes the Thanh Lich clan to “shut down” by itself, deleting all size systems on all chess pieces, whether it’s the original Elegant or the one with the clan seal.
Bug causes 9 Elegant to lose size
According to the clip, it can be seen that at 8 Thanh Lich, there is still a full size for all 8 pieces of the Thanh Lich clan, including 5 Thanh Lich pieces (except for Zeri) and 3 pieces bearing the clan’s seal. . But as soon as the player inserts Zeri, the trigger immediately disappears.
When there are 9 Elegant, this dimension will disappear
Briefly about the Ethnic system, gamers can imagine that this is a variation of the Tinh Anh mechanism in seasons 4 and 4.5. In the general store, there will sometimes appear elegant pieces with a VIP mechanism to increase the strength of these pieces. And if the player wants to change a piece with a VIP mechanism, he must sell that piece and roll another Elegant piece in accordance with the tactical intention to use.
Elegant has a mechanism similar to Tinh Anh in seasons 4 and 4.5
It is still not clear if this is a bug or a hidden mechanism that prevents players from overusing the Elegant system, but it is clearly making DTCL gamers uncomfortable. Need to know, the clan size is usually not limited in number. Gamers can absolutely have the highest number of generals surpassing the highest mark of a certain clan, as long as they still use them effectively. In the near future, perhaps Riot needs to make quick edits to avoid affecting the player’s experience in the current 6.5 season TFT.