The Netflix animated series Arcane event arrives on the streaming service on November 6. Based on the world of League of Legends, Netflix and Riot Games released a new trailer for the upcoming series during Tudum, Netflix’s event.
Arcane takes place in the utopian world of Piltover in several regions of Runeterra. Of course, you can expect Easter eggs from the League of Legends series, which features familiar faces like Jinx, Vi, and Caitlyn. And yes, there will be a lot of action, adventure, and intrigue. Check out the trailer below.
The premiere will arrive at 7:00 p.m. PT, hours after the League of Legends Worlds Finals. Arcane will consist of nine episodes with three episodes in each act. The first three episodes – which follow Jinx and Vi – will launch on November 6. Arcane Act Two lands on November 13, and Act three arrives on November 20. These latest acts will arrive at 12:00 PM PT on their respective release dates.
According to the series’ official synopsis, “Arcane delves into the delicate balance between the wealthy town of Piltover and the seedy underbelly of Zaun. Known throughout Runeterra as the” City of Progress, “many of the brightest minds call these cities their home. But the creation of hexech, a way for anyone to control magical energy, threatens that balance. While Arcane holds the history of League of Legends champions, the series is designed to stand on its own. as a complex world filled with moral decisions, breathtaking animation and suspenseful storytelling. ” Netflix gave us all our first glimpse of the series during Geeked Week, where we saw shots of Jinx and Vi, and got a 19-second long teaser for Arcane.
Arcane stars Hailee Steinfeld as Vi, Katie Leung as Caitlyn, Kevin Alejandro as Jayce, Jason Spisak as Silco, Ella Prunell as Jinx, Toks Olagundoye as Mel, JB Blanc as Vander and Harry Lloyd as Viktor.
“Gamers around the world love League and its world,” said Nicolo Laurent, CEO of Riot Games. “Their passion is what inspires us to create expressions of Runeterra worthy of their fandom. The launch of Arcane is the start of the next chapter for Riot and we can’t wait for players to see what we have in store for them through the games,” entertainment and sports. ”In recognition of this moment, we’re putting players at the center of an incredible launch experience. Worlds and Arcane will combine to form a unified global celebration, mixing competition, entertainment and community in a whole new way. Think of it as a great weekend for the gamers. “
Arcane was originally scheduled for release in 2020; however, the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in production delays. The show is inspired by the Riot Games League of Legends multiplayer online battle arena video game. Launched in 2009, it is one of the biggest esports games in the world.
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