Ahead of Tuesday's Teamfight Tactics' blog post that is detailing what's to come in set two, titled "Rise of the Elements," Riot Games has partnered with popular community figures to slowly release information for fans of the title.
On Monday morning, two Youtubers and a Turkish influencer revealed new champions and origins debuting when the 9.22 patch goes live in the coming weeks.
Some of the information below has been translated by the author using a third-party site so information may not be completely accurate.
One of the new origins coming to Teamfight Tactics that is sure to crank up the heat on the battlefield is Inferno. According to CooLifeGame's video, Inferno units' spells deal a percent of their overall damage to their target after the spell has been cast as burn damage around them. If a player has three Inferno units on board, their spells deal 80% additional burn damage over five seconds. Six Inferno is 150% damage and nine spikes to 250%.
The Master origin appears to be replacing Shapeshifter as these units spawn minions on the battlefield and have an increased health pool depending on how many of them you possess. Annie, a popular champion within League of Legends, is both an Inferno and Master.
Desert was also showcased and those units reduce the armor of their target by 50% and 90% if you have two and four units of that origin on board, respectively.
Additional origins were shown such as Ocean and Shadow but no further details as to what they actually do were revealed. Sorcerers were replaced with Mage and their origin functions quite a bit differently.
The Teamfight Tactics team has kept their lips sealed as to which champions are being carried over from set one into set two and who may be entering the battlefield for the first time. But, with Monday's leaks, players were able to get a sneak peek of who they will be seeing.
With Rise of the Elements around the corner, players will have 51 new or tweaked champions to play at their disposal. Tuesday's blog post should reveal the entire set but, in the meantime, fans will have to quench their thirst with little leaks.
Tim Rizzo is the editor and a reporter for Inven Global. He joined the company back in 2017.