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Arcane Season 2 to Launch in November 2024

Netflix has announced that the second season of Arcane will launch on the streaming service in November 2024. You can get a first look at Season 2 below and read on to learn more.

When last we saw Arcane‘s League of Legends champions Vi and Jinx, the two sisters were veering down completely different paths in the looming conflict between Piltover and Zaun.

Arcane Season 2 to Launch in November 2024

Arcane tells the origin story of two iconic League of Legends champions, who just so happen to be sisters. Jinx (Ella Purnell) — also known as Powder — and Vi (Hailee Steinfeld) find themselves on rival sides of a brewing war between the utopian city Piltover and its oppressed underbelly, Zaun.

Powder and Vi are completely transformed by the end of the first season, as Powder becomes the mischievous Jinx, and Vi proves she’s one champion you don’t want to mess with.

Arcane Season 2

Arcane is based on the popular multiplayer online battle arena game League of Legends, which was developed and released by Riot Games in 2009.

The animated series was constructed by co-creators Christian Linke and Alex Yee and was produced by the French animation studio Fortiche in partnership with Riot Games.

A good number of League of Legends champions appeared in the first season, some more prominent than others.

Along with sisters Powder/Jinx and Vi, you’ll also meet Caitlyn (Elsa Davoine), Ekko (Reed Shannon), Jayce (Kevin Alejandro), Singed (Brett Tucker), Heimerdinger (Mick Wingert), and Viktor (Harry Lloyd).

Ella Purnell as Jinx.

Season One of Arcane received four Primetime Emmy Award wins, including Outstanding Animated Program, making it the first streaming series to win this Award. The series, in its first season, also earned Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation – Color, Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation – Background Design, and Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation – Production Design.

Arcane also swept all nine Annie Awards categories it was nominated for, leading all titles overall with wins for Best TV/Media – General Audience; Best FX – TV/Media; Best Character Design – TV/Media; Best Direction – TV/Media; Best Production Design – TV/Media; Best Storyboarding – TV/Media; Best Voice Acting – TV/Media; and Best Writing – TV/Media.

(L to R) Roger Craig Smith as Claggor, Yuri Lowenthal as Milo, Hailee Steinfeld as Vi.

The series also won the inaugural Best Adaption category at The Game Awards.

Are you looking forward to the second season? What do you think about the first look? Let us know you thoughts in the comments.