League of Legends Animated Series, Arcane releases on Netflix this fall

League of Legends is a fairly popular franchise that started off from a MOBA game and expanded to various other media as well as spin-off titles.

During Riot Games’ 10-year anniversary celebration two years ago, Riot announced Arcane, an animated series in the League universe which was scheduled to release last year but was delayed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The series is “set in utopian Piltover and the oppressed underground of Zaun, the story follows the origins of two iconic League champions—and the power that will tear them apart.”

A 19-second teaser trailer revealed by Netflix pretty much confirms that the two central characters are Vi and Jinx along with a quick look at Zaun and Piltover, two steampunk cities obsessed with advanced technology.

There’s a strong possibility that other champions might show up as supporting characters, notably Ezreal, Singed, Ekko, Janna and Caitlyn along with their own backstories.

The series is developed and produced by Riot Games and will release on Netflix in Fall 2021. Given Netflix’s track record with Video game adaptations, this is unsurprising as Netflix has also produced Castlevania, The Witcher, as well as upcoming shows Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, Assassin’s Creed, Splinter Cell. Dota: Dragon’s Blood recently released on Netflix this March, the series is also based on another MOBA game, Dota 2.

League Of Legends Arcane trailer

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Arcane, the first animated series based on Riot Games’ League of Legends universe, is coming to Netflix this fall.