The League of Legends Arcane animated series has finally got a release date, and despite being on Netflix it’s not dropping all at once. We already knew that the first League of Legends TV series would appear this Autumn/Fall, but now Riot has confirmed it will launch on November 7 at 2:00 AM BST – and there’s a cool new trailer to boot.
An animated series based on League of Legends was first announced back in 2019 as part of the game’s tenth anniversary celebrations, where fans were told it would tell the origins of sisters Vi and Jinx as they grew up the mean streets of Zaun. The series would be produced in-house at Riot Games, the studio’s first project of this type.
There’s been a few clips and details here and there but now Riot has finally lifted the lid on what fans really want to know – the release date. Contrary to usual Netflix binge-watching, Arcane will be divided into three “acts” with three episodes apiece, and the first act will launch just after the League of Legends Worlds Final on November 7.
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