Prediction of the next opponent
In Teamfight Tactics, knowing who your next opponent is is extremely important, especially in the late game. This allows gamers to calculate how to place the main position, arrange the squad so that it is reasonable, avoid being countered by the opponent and can win. This even becomes an extremely important skill for high-ranked gamers when just one mishandling phase is enough to get you eliminated early.
When your opponent’s name has this symbol, it can be your opponent in the next round
And in the upcoming 6.5 season, Riot Games will add the next opponent prediction feature to better support gamers. Specifically, after each round, there will be a number of icons with two crossed swords appearing next to the opponent’s icon to indicate that it may be the next person you will meet in the next round. Of course, Riot Games will not only give you exactly the next opponent, but such narrowing also helps gamers save a lot of time when “checking” the opponent.
History shows all core technology
As soon as it appeared in season 6, the core technology became a very successful feature and was fully supported by the community. Moreover, it also proves its importance when it can orient how to build a very good squad for gamers. Moreover, how to choose a technology core is also a skill that needs to be practiced as it has become and is becoming more and more important for Tactical Arena gamers.
In the game history of season 6.5, you will have information about which technology core you have chosen, whether it is reasonable or not…
Understanding this, Riot Games has added the feature to display the core technology that gamers use in the match to the match history. This helps players to analyze and find their own mistakes when choosing unreasonable technology cores or finding a “wombo combo” upgrade to apply for the following matches. With Riot confirming that they will keep this hextech upgrade feature in season 7, it is essential that the game history shows the technology core.
New core and how to build a new squad
In season 6, we should be familiar with the Private Path core when giving players a way to build an extremely disruptive team by not activating the clan. And in the upcoming 6.5 season, Riot will continue to launch a core with a similar function called Double Trouble. Basically, when using 2 similar generals on the field, they will receive a series of additional attack and defense stats. Even if you raise that unit to 3 stars, this core will also be activated by receiving the same 2 star champion.
The Double Trouble core will give players a different way to build squads
With such a “weird” activation condition, the Double Trouble core promises to bring a very different way of building a squad when using 1 main force but in 2 different roles, for example. In addition, this core also helps reroll squads become extremely powerful, even during reroll when the champion has not been raised to 3 stars yet still possesses great power.