The first season of Arcane, Riot Game’s League of Legends-inspired animated series, ended over the weekend with the release of the final three episodes on Netflix. The critically acclaimed show’s season-ending finish was quickly met with calls for another season, to which Riot CEO Nicolo Laurent ensured that fans were engaged in the works. Yay!
“So yes, we are working [Arcane] season 2,” Laurent tweeted. “The good news is that you won’t have to wait 6 years (the time we made season 1). Bad news: it won’t come in 2022”. Ugh!
Riot set the stage for the show’s finale through some cross promotional events on all of the studio’s games, including League of Legends, Legend of Runeterra, League of Legends Wild Rift, Tactical Combat and Valorant. This in addition to lots of videos on YouTube and announced another game set in the LoL universe called Project L.
Project L is a 2v2 tag team arcade fighting game that offers a “vertical slice” of the LoL universe, as revealed by the game’s Senior Director and Executive Producer Tom Cannon. The studio also describes it as “a super high-quality fighting game that FGC can deeply invest in, playing for years or even decades”.
Unfortunately, like Arcane’s second season, we won’t get to see the game in 2022. You can check out a preview of the upcoming game in the video below.
https://mmos.com/news/riot-games-confirms-arcane-season-2-announces-new-league-of-legends-spinoff-codenamed-project-l Riot Games Confirms Arcane Season 2, Announces New League of Legends Spinoff Codenamed LOUD Project