Riot Games has disabled all Ranked queues for Teamfight Tactics Set Eight after a bug reverted steadiness adjustments again to the 13.1 B-patch.
Players making an attempt to climb the ladder in the present day have been unable to play Ranked as soon as a bug was found. All Ranked TFT Set Eight video games have been disabled by Riot round 5pm CT on Feb. 6 after a glitch reverted the 13.1 C-patch again to the 13.1 B-patch. The similar bug additionally reverted the patch in League of Legends Ranked queues.
Both the Normal mode and Fortune’s Favor are nonetheless stay whereas the staff investigates why the reversion occurred and seeks to discover a resolution.
At the time of writing, it’s unknown why the bug reverted the patches. This isn’t the primary time Riot has had issues both, because the devs skilled a social engineering assault, which pressured the TFT staff to skip Patch 13.2. The steadiness staff as a substitute launched a 13.1 C-patch that centered on trait and champion adjustments.
Tacticians who need to play can nonetheless log into the Normal queues, together with the non permanent Fortune’s Favor recreation mode. All gamers who compete in these modes will expertise the 13.1 B-patch meta once more.
Despite the bug having an affect on the TFT Set Eight Ranked mode, gamers have a lot to sit up for by Patch 13.1 which is scheduled to drop into stay servers on Feb. 8. An enormous system change was utilized to Hero Augments, the place gamers will now have a complete of 4 roll down choices.
And, whereas the choices introduced to gamers at Stage 2-1 continues to be considerably random, Hero Augments that drop at phases 3-2 or 4-2 are utterly tailor-made for the participant.