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The B-Patch is here for Teamfight Tactics and the TFT 12.2 B-Patch brought some massive changes. Big changes always mean it’s time to switch up those go-to comps, and figuring out what to play is in the numbers thanks to aggregate data sites like MetaTFT.com.
Here are the top five performing compositions according to MetaTFT.com, with explanations on why they are good compositions to climb in the early days of the patch.
After weeks of absence, Innovator has taken back the throne as the best comp in the entire game. With buffs across the trait for the last couple of patches, along with favorable matchups, Five-Innovator with Seraphine carry has been the best performing comp so far in TFT 12.2 B-Patch. The comp also has two very strong secondary carry options with either Orianna or Heimerdinger.
Perhaps the safest and consistent comp of the entire TFT Gizmos & Gadgets expansion has been Jhin Snipers. This composition has found its way into the metagame for most of the set. After the Imperial nerfs, it lands at the No. 2 spot in the top five comps post B-patch. The comp is near identical to previous iterations, except Caitlyn has replaced Miss Fortune to activate the Enforcer trait with Jayce.
The premier reroll composition of TFT Gizmos & Gadgets is back in the spotlight. Kog’Maw Protector reroll is still as strong as ever, and this version of the comp has zero changes from what people have seen in previous patches. Simply hit the core Protector frontline with a Kog’Maw three-star in the backline.
Reroll Trundle has emerged back into the game as one of the best comps in the TFT 12 B-Patch. This comp was the best performing comp back in TFT Patch 11.23, even more so than the infamous Katarina comp. This comp plays exactly like before, with players wanting to hit Trundle and Vi three-star. However, players can also use the Scrap core to just play the standard Scrap composition.
Even after the brutal round of nerfs that Imperial received during the TFT B-Patch 12.2, the composition is still hanging on to a top-five spot in the new metagame. Samira is back in as the primary carry for the composition and it’s back down to three-Imperial instead of five. Talon is still the second carry of choice
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