The brand new mid-set expansion for Teamfight Tactics: Gizmos & Gadgets is here. TFT Set 6.5, Neon Nights brings a massive amount of changes and of course, that means a ton of new TFT set 6.5 comps.
Figuring out what to play is in the numbers thanks to aggregate data sites like MetaTFT.com, so here are the top five performing compositions according to MetaTFT.com.
Did you really think Innovator would go away in TFT Set 6.5? Well, one of the best comps in the game is back in full force. By swapping out Heimerdinger for Ekko, the comp now has access to a little Scrap trait package for even more protection.
The comp plays pretty much exactly the same with just minor changes. Vi is now the premier front line champion to play next to Jayce and Senna has replaced Janna but now gives players access to the two socialite intervals.
Speaking of an old trait getting new toys. Mutant has a couple of new champions of their own. Rek’Sai now allows Mutant’s to easy flex in Bruiser when paired alongside Cho’Gath. Kha’Zix is a new potential carry champion for the trait, as well. This comp is very strong, as every single champion in the trait is able to be the main carry depending on items and the Mutant bonus each game.
Finally some new traits, but don’t sleep on them. Hextech makes its debut with a mix of damage and shielding. The main carry of this composition appears to be Sivir, who is a Hextech Striker, another new trait entering TFT Set 6.5.
To funnel as much carry potential into Sivir as possible, this comp goes deep into the Striker trait to make sure she has even more damage. Vi also slots in to give the comp an even better frontline.
After a brief break, we’re back to an old composition. However, like the others, this comp has new tricks.
Instead of focusing on Twinshot with Urgot, this comp is now a Challenger composition. Tryndamere has emerged as the premier carry champion alongside Warwick in this reroll composition. The Chemtech trait was made to work with Tryndamere and Warwick, increasing their sustain and attack speed while shredding through the opposition.
Finally rounding out the top five comps to play in the early days of TFT Patch 12.4 is a new trait featuring an old face. Talon is no longer an Imperial champion, but rather a Debonair unit.
This comp capitalizes on his strengths as an Assassin and a Debonair. Talon’s VIP Debonair feature allows his bleed to do true damage, which is fantastic in this composition. Reroll for Talon and watch teams disappear.
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