League of Legends: Netflix’s Arcane Given A Release Date

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Arcane will be avaliable for streaming very soon.

Following up the character reveal for Netflix’s Arcane, on Sep 25 the official trailer for the game was released and the highly anticipated series finally has a release date.  They hype has been building for years and now we won’t have to wait much longer to create our theories on what’ll become of our heroes in the brand new series. If you’ve been waiting to see some of your favorite champions on the big screen like the majority of us the good news is you won’t have to wait much longer.

Shown at the end of the trailer Arcane will be available for streaming on Netflix starting Nov 6. Things are picking up really quickly now but for all of this to hit us slightly over a month before release is eye-opening. Since Sep 20 we’ve gotten a ton of new content regarding the show where things were extremely silent up until then.

According to the release schedule posted on the official Twitter page, the show will be released in three acts. The first act will begin on Nov 6 as stated in the trailer at 7 PM PST (10 PM EST). Act two will be released on Nov 13 and act three on Nov 20. Each act will contain three episodes making the series a grand total of nine episodes. This staggered release schedule for the series is really going to build up anticipation by making viewers wait for the series to come back but it’s all reliant on how good those three episodes hold up

There still isn’t much info regarding the story of the series. But from the trailer, it seems that it’ll revolve around the family relationship between Jinx and Vi in their attempt to find each other and save one another from the impending threat. The main villain is a character known as Silco who conducts experiments on not only people but himself which may be the precursor to all the events that happen throughout the show.

All of the questions on our minds will be answered when the series makes its debut. Till then make sure to check out our website for more updates on Arcane, League of Legends, LoL Esports, Wild Rift, Teamfight Tactics, and Legends of Runeterra.