Here's all you need to know about TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble.


TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble: Traits, Mechanics, Release Date & More

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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Riot Games revealed an array of Teamfight Tactics Set 10 details on 5th November.
Called 'Remix Rumble', Set 10 is bringing music to the auto-battler and will sport new traits, Portals, music for traits, and more.
Here's all you need to know about TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble.

Following the end of the Teamfight Tactics (TFT) Runeterra Reforged World Championship, Riot Games dropped juicy details about the upcoming Set 10. Music is the headlining theme for this Set and it is called 'Remix Rumble.' On 5th November, Riot posted a Dev Drop video which went into detail about some of the expected changes.

One of the biggest changes is the fact that there will no longer be mid-Set updates and each Set will run for four months. Riot Games is looking to have three new Sets a year.

Riot Games introduced Remix Rumble and wrote, "In Remix Rumble, you’re the DJ. Find out all about TFT’s new set in our latest dev drop, where we go over traits (including HEARTSTEEL and K/DA), mechanics, music, ranked, Esports, and more."

Here's all you need to know about TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble including traits, mechanics, units, release date and more.

TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble's Traits Explained

As Riot Games said, in this TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble, players are the "DJs" and they can mix and match different genres of music with the many in-game bands of the Runettera universe. Since this set's theme is all about music, players will come across familiar faces from League of Legends' musicverse.

1. K/DA

The K/DA trait features Ahri, Akali, Neeko, Seraphine, Kai’sa, Evelynn, and TFT-exclusive member Lillia. According to Riot Games, "These POP/STARS light up special hexes that grant bonus stats. K/DA members on these hexes go All Out and get MORE bonuses."


Riot Games described this trait, "HEARTSTEEL is out to steal Hearts! Earn Hearts (and sympathy!) by slaying foes & losing combat, then turn those Hearts into loot!" The units under the HEARTSTEEL trait are Sett, Aphelios, Ezreal, Kayn, K'Sante, and Yone.

3. True Damage

In addition to bonus true damage, True Damage units gain a Bling bonus when you itemize them. This effect is somewhat similar to Cybernetics from Set 3. The units under this trait are Yasuo, Ekko, Akali, Qiyana, and Senna.

4. Pentakill

Pentakill members receive damage reduction and bonus damage, increasing as they score kills. When your Pentakill team scores a pentakill, they get massive bonuse. The units under the Pentakill trait are Kayle, Karthus, Mordekaiser, Yorick, Olaf, and Viego.

5. Disconauts

Disconauts units summon a placeable disco ball that is capable of healing allies and granting them attack speed. The Disconaut units are Gragas, Taric, Twisted Fate, Blitzcrank, and Nami

6. Big Sad

Talking about this trait, Riot Games said, "Small units, Big Sad. The Emo's trait's brooding band harnesses the power of Tears to cast more spells, especially* when allies die."

The Big Sad units are as follows:

  • Annie

  • Vex

  • Poppy

  • Amumu

7. Desperado

Desperado or Country will be the summoning trait of TFT Set 10. It will work similar to Cultist and Abomination trait. Units under Desperado will summon Hecarim who will ride in to save the day. The units are Urgot, Samira, Thresh, and Tahm Kench.

8. Glitterbomb

We don't have much detail about Glitterbomb but the trait consists of just two units and they are Ziggs and Lulu.

9. Superfans

Superfans reportedly help boost their Headliner, granting them radiant items based on the trait tier. The units are Gnar and Kennen.

10. Freeflow

Not much is known about this Freeflow except for the fact that Bard and his meeps are under this trait.

11. Anarchists

According to Riot Games, "The Punk trait's Anarchists make their own rules! Your first reroll each round costs 1 gold, and Anarchist members get extra stats for each reroll." This band comprises Jinx, Pantheon, Vi, and Twitch.

Teamfight Tactics Remix Rumble mechanics

1. Portals

As revealed earlier, Portals are back in TFT Set 10. Players will vote for a portal at the start of the game like in Set 9. But Riot Games noted that these portals won't be game-changing but will add a bit more complexity to the match.

2. Legends

After seeing Legends not do so well amongst players, Riot Games has completely removed Legends from Set 10.

3. Augments

Augments are staying in Remix Rumble and Riot Games revealed that it will be adding a few new augments to the roster when the set releases.

4. Headliners

The Chosen mechanic is making a return to TFT in Set 10. Headliners will be special units that occasionally appear in your store. Like Chosen, these Headliners will also grant +1 to one of their traits, and will automatically be bought at 2 stars.

TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble release date

TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble will initially go live on the public beta environment (PBE) on 7th November 2023. After this, it will be rolled out on the live servers on 21st November. As a result, players can expect to play TFT Set 10 Remix Rumble along with Patch 13.23.

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Sadakshi has been a gamer throughout her life and has followed League of Legends since Season 3, immediately falling in love with the esports scene. Bringing in her print journalism experience, she focuses on content that is both informative and innovative. While her heart still remains with League, her love for competition has pushed her to explore other titles such as Valorant and Apex Legends.

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