TFT Patch 14.2 Meta Report: Vi’s Reign Atop the Mountain

TFT Patch 14.2 Meta Report: Vi’s Reign Atop the Mountain

3. February 2024 by Valentin Pasetti

In the ever-shifting landscape of Teamfight Tactics (TFT), keeping up with the meta is crucial. Patch 14.2 has brought significant changes, blending familiar strategies with new, unexpected compositions. Let’s dive into what’s currently dominating the game.

TFT Patch 14.2: A Blend of Old and New

Patch 14.2, following the impactful changes of Patch 14.1, introduced some surprising strategies while enhancing existing ones. Notably, the Twin Terror composition, reliant on a specific augment, emerged as a dominant force.

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Augment Spotlight: Extended Play

  • Extended Play’s Influence: This augment has become a game-changer for Punk players, offering gold for two-staring and item components for three-staring Punk champions.
  • Statistical Edge: With an average placement of 3.89 in Diamond+ lobbies, Extended Play stands out as the top augment choice, significantly improving player standings.

Champion Focus: Vi and Jinx

  • Non-Five-Cost Dominance: Vi and Jinx, the Punk duo, are at the forefront with average placements of 4.10 and 4.13, respectively.
  • Jinx as a Primary Carry: The recommended build for Jinx is Rageblade, Giant Slayer, and Hurricane, boasting an average placement of 3.63.


Staying Ahead in TFT’s Ever-Evolving Meta

Patch 14.2 has introduced a dynamic shift in the TFT meta, with the rise of new comps and the evolution of existing ones. Vi and Jinx’s emergence as top performers and the impact of Extended Play augment illustrate the depth of strategic possibilities.

Unnecessary Ning’s success story with Edgelord Riven proves that even less popular comps can triumph in the right hands, suggesting a diverse and unpredictable landscape as we approach the patch’s final week.