In November 2021, the animated Netflix series Arcane debuted on the service and quickly gained popularity thanks to its compelling story and cliffhanger-filled finale. You can add the show to your watch list if you haven’t already as it went on to win an Emmy in 2022 for Outstanding Animated Program. You can check out Twitter.
— Arcane (@arcaneshow) November 3, 2021
But given that it has been years since that initial appearance, we’re going to venture a guess that you’re curious about when we could see more of Vi (Hailee Steinfeld) and Jinx (Ella Purnell). Here is all the information you require regarding the future of the show.
Arcane 2 Release Date
Arcane, the well-liked League of Legends animated series on Netflix, is apparently planning a release for the second season somewhere near the end of 2019. The comeback of the show was reportedly confirmed by Riot Games’ parent company Tencent during its 2024 Video V Vision Conference, according to the League of Legends fan account LeagueOfLeaks, which posted the information on Twitter.
Fans on the r/leagueofLegends forum speculate that the sequel-prequel to the original MOBA game will premiere sometime in November, exactly like its first season did, despite LeagueOfLeaks’s article simply revealing that the show will return at some point in Q4 of 2024 (October-December). The fact that it would coincide with League of Legends’ 15th anniversary event further supports their theory.
ARCANE Season 2 Release Date Revealed | #LeagueOfLegends
It has been revealed at the 2024 Tencent Video V Vision Conference that ARCANE Season 2 will premiere in Q4 (Winter) 2024.#Arcane pic.twitter.com/AZB5OeSxzC
— League Of Legends Leaks & News (@LeagueOfLeaks) September 1, 2023
Just two weeks after the show’s debut, Riot Games confirmed Arcane’s second season during the two-day Undercity Nights festival in November 2021. At the time, viewers anticipated that the critically acclaimed television series based on video games would take at least six years to complete season two.
In a 2021 tweet, Riot Games CEO Nicolo Laurent told fans that they wouldn’t have to wait as long for Arcane season 2, but he added that the program wouldn’t be finished by 2022, which would have been an impossibly short turnaround for any animated show, never alone one as visually demanding as Arcane was.
— nicolo (@niiicolo) November 21, 2021
What Will Arcane Season 2 Be About?
Jinx’s attἀck on the Council at the end of Season 1 derailed any chance of peace between the wealthy Piltover and the impoverished Zaun. The season concluded on a cliffhanger with Silco gone and Hextech’s impending globalization. Who survives Jinx’s onslaught determines everything that happens in Season 2. The Piltover leadership may undergo some significant changes, paving the way for Zaun to seize the money for themselves.
Now that Silco is no longer in charge of Zaun, some predict that the vengeful Jinx will take over as its leader, while others wonder if it will be Ekko, who will be trying to create a brighter future. Riot Games has not yet announced any plot, giving fans a full year to ponder what will happen to their favourite League of Legends champions.
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Arcane Season 2 Trailer: When Can We See It?
Unfortunately, we’ve not got any sign of a trailer yet, but at least we have Bridging the Rift to keep us busy every week in the meantime! At the time of writing, there were five episodes available, covering everything from the animation to the music behind what made this show so magical. Go and take a look! And we’ll let you know as soon as a season two trailer finally lands.
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