Arcane’s Final Trailer Releases Ahead Of Its November Netflix Launch

Riot Games’ League of Legends title has spawned an entire universe of video games such as Legends of Runeterra and Wild Rift and it was recently announced that the title would be heading to television screens around the world, via Netflix. Riot Games and Netflix have released consistent trailers showing off its upcoming series, Arcane, and today, the company has released the game’s final trailer before its official Netflix launch on November 6th. The final trailer gives fans a deeper look into the world of Arcane.

The two-minute long trailer shows off Arcane’s artstyle, which is reminiscent of League of Legends, while building up a story and showing off some fighting scenes.

ARCANE (L to R) : HAILEE STEINFELD as VI, ELLA PURNELL as JINX in ARCANE Cr. NETFLIX © 2021

In Arcane, players are taken into the world of Piltover and Zaun where the balance of the cities are in jeopardy following the creation of the Hextech. Fans will recognize many heroes on screen including Jinx, Vi, Jayce and Caitlyn. The show follows many of these heroes, while delving deeper into the worlds that created League of Legends.

Following its November 6th launch, the show’s second act will release on November 13th and the final act will release on November 20th.

Arcane is not the video game world’s first foray into Netflix collaborations. The Witcher, an RPG franchise that follows the story of Geralt of Rivia, and Dota, a MOBA akin to League of Legends, both had major Netflix releases, which saw great success. The Witcher’s success is clear, as there will be a second season for the series coming later this year.

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