The first season of Arcane, the series that will expand the League of Legends universe, will premiere on November 7 on Netflix at 3:00 a.m. The 3D animated series is produced by Riot Games, Fortiche Productions, and Netflix. You can see the new trailer below and at the end of the news official screenshots of it.
The series will be divided into three acts of three chapters each. On November 7, three episodes are released focusing on Vi and Jinx, two of the legends most loved by League of Legends players. Later the second act will be launched, and later, a third and final act.
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Vi and Jinx are long-separated sisters, and their childhood relationship and the subsequent union will be explored. All this is framed in a Civil War between the two regions that will be covered in the series: Pitlover and Zaun.
Other well-known characters such as Heimerdinger, Caitlyn, Jayce, and Viktor will also appear, as well as new ones such as Vander and Silco. Ella Purnell ( Churchill, Army of the Dead ) voices Jinx and Hailee Steinfeld ( Dickinson, Hawkeye ) voices Vi. The casting announced so far is completed by Kevin Alejandro, Toks Olagundoye, Jason Spisak, JB Blanc, and Harry Lloyd. The Esports Extras website show dubbing actors of the lol version are the following:
- Saw: Adelaida López
- Caitlyn: Neri Hualde
- Jayce: Michel Tejerina
- Silco: Iván Muelas
- Jinx: Isatxa Mengíbar
- Mel: Yolanda Mateos
- Vander: Juan Arroyo
- Viktor: Rafael Romero
” Arcane is an animated series set in the twin cities Pitlover and Zaun,” they describe from Netflix. ” Pitlover is a steampunk utopia, while Zaun is an underground world that subsists on chemical energy. Peace between these sister cities hangs by a thread, but a disruptive new technology (half magic, half science) is about to tip the balance. “.
The production is carried out by the internal studios of Riot Games itself with the support of Fortiche Productions, who have previously collaborated with the American firm in the cinematographic scenes of LoL characters and the Worlds championships, in the video clips of the groups. virtual musicals K / DA and Gorillaz, and in the Marvel animated series Rocket & Groot.
Riot Games is working on other audiovisual products to expand the League of Legends universe. “The world of Runeterra is so vast, with so many details and champions full of life, ” Christian Linke, executive producer of the series, said in June. “This is just a small portion, the beginning of all the narrative opportunities that we are already working on at Riot.”
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