Riot Games released the last episode of season 1 of the animation ‘ARCANE’, which was produced using the League of Legends (LoL) IP on November 20th, and announced that they are producing season 2.
Riot Games held the ‘Riot Gauntlet’, a charity tournament contest held as part of ‘Night of the Underground City’ with the release of the last episode of the Arcane season at its headquarters in Los Angeles, USA on the 21st. A donation of $100,000 was raised in the name of the winning team, and the ‘Underground City Night’ content, the last stage of the ‘RiotX Arcane Event’, also came to an end.
Riot Games said, “The moment when hextech was born in the world of ‘Runeterra’, the conflict between ‘Piltover’ and ‘Zaun’, ‘Powder’ grew into the infamous ‘Jinx’ I would like to express my gratitude to the many people who have taken a deep interest in Arcane’s narrative, including how it happened.”
At the same time, Riot Games and Netflix announced the second season of ‘Arcane’. Like Season 1, Arcane Season 2 is a collaboration between Riot Games and French 3D animation studio Fortiche Productions. The voice actors of major characters such as Vi and Jinx, who brought life to Arcane, will also appear in Arcane Season 2.
Arcane co-creators Christian Linke and Alex Yee said, “Over the past six years, the efforts of countless creators, including animators, writers, artists, and voice actors, have contributed to creating Arcane, and we are very happy that Arcane has been loved all over the world.” “Please give a lot of interest to Arcane Season 2,” he said.
Riot Games said, “Arcane Season 2 will not take as long as 6 years to be released like Arcane Season 1, and detailed information such as the production schedule will be released later.”
Meanwhile, the ‘RiotX Arcane Event’ will be held until the 30th of this month. League of Legends (LoL), League of Legends: Wild Rift (Wild Rift), Legend of Runeterra (LoR), Strategic Team Combat (TFT), Valorant, etc. Rich item rewards in 5 games serviced by Riot Games A few more stories can be found in the Piltover Parliamentary Archives, including the Caitlyn and Jinx collections.