Riot Schedules TFT Set 6.5 PBE Downtime for Extended Maintenance

Riot Games will include three days of downtime for extended maintenance throughout the duration Total Combat Tactics Put 6.5 on the PBE server.

Scheduled to officially launch on February 16, TFT Set 6.5 Neon Night releasing on the PBE on February 1st. Players can test out over 20 new Hextech champions, traits, and Spells as they prepare for the Mid-Battle update. Total, TFT players will have about 300 hours to test before reaching the previous rank ladder Neon Night’ Official launch. But there were three days when Riot scheduled a maintenance, which resulted in the PBE server being down.

  • February 2: Total 12 hours of downtime from 10am to 10pm CT
  • February 7: A total of eight hours of downtime from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. CT
  • February 8: A total of eight hours of downtime from 10am CT to 6pm CT

The official launch of TFT Set 6.5 will take place on February 16th through Patch 12.4. Mid-Battle Update will include new champions like Renata Glasc and Silco. Zeri, Corki, Alistar will also debut for the first time TFT Champions. Some returning champions that players should watch include Ashe, Lucian, Sejauni, and Rek’Sai.

Related: Each TFT Set champions 6.5: Skills, stats and updates

Vi is no longer a cheap Bruiser in TFT Place 6.5, get promoted to four cost unit. Her personality with Jinx has also changed, with Sister become Competitor. Traits left with Neon Night are Protector, Imperial, Academy, and Cuddly (Yummi).

Related: TFT Set cheat sheet 6.5: Traits and champions

The Mid-Set update includes new traits like Hextech and Debonair, along with Striker and Mastermind (Silco). Socialite and Colossus have been reworked with the Sister trait becoming Rival. The TFT the group also added more than 80 Hextech Supplement for more than 100 existing ones moving from Gizmos and Gadgets. And Little legend Project Abyssia is set up to make her TFT launch. Riot Schedules TFT Set 6.5 PBE Downtime for Extended Maintenance


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