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TFT Set 12 release date: when will it be released?

 During the TFT Vegas Open event which took place this weekend, the developers announced the 2024 roadmap which gives a release date for Set 12.

TFT Set 12 release date: when will it be released?

Since the release of Teamfight Tactics, Riot Games offers seasons like League of Legends, but in the form of sets that allow the introduction of new gameplay mechanics like, fans are already wondering about the end of this set 10, which will undoubtedly bring a new set, the eleventh in the occurrence. Now on set 10 since November 2023 and new champions, classes, and origins. portals with set 9

On the occasion of the TFT Vegas Open which was held in Las Vegas from December 8 to 10, 2023, and which reports the biggest event ever on Teamfight Tactics, the game developers have submitted the 2024 roadmap with some very interesting information including the release date of the next TFT sets. We'll tell you more concerning Set 12 later in this article.

TFT set 12 release date

As revealed by the official Teamfight Tactics Twitter account, the 2024 roadmap has been announced and we now know the next deadlines planned by the developers of the famous autochess. On the occasion of its fifth anniversary, TFT will no longer have two sets, but three sets per year. According to the little information given, we nevertheless know that Set 12 will appear in July 2024. So you have quite a bit of time left before climbing the rankings on TFT.

The description of this Set on the roadmap talks about magic, chaos, and bees. We are real Kamoulox, but which probably has an explanation. We can, for example, think that the bees refer to the different skins of Teemo, Nunu, Ziggs or even Vel'Koz in the insect's appearance.

Beyond this information, Riot Games' communication gave other fairly interesting tidbits such as the imprecise dates for Sets 11 and 13, which will perhaps delight your nostalgic mind with one or more sets in particular. Revivals Sets, but also on the

Although the information we have at the moment remains vague and incomplete, Riot Games should not wait too long before saying more, especially regarding Set 12.