The music in a film or TV show can often make or break the final product as the choice of song can help to add just the right feeling for each scene.

That’s no different in Netflix’s new event series, Arcane which blends a bombastic League of Legends-inspired score with original songs created for the series itself.

But just what songs feature in the soundtrack of Arcane: League of Legends?

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Arcane release date and plot

Arcane premiered on Netflix on November 6th, 2021 and as an event series, new episodes will be released weekly.

The League of Legends-inspired series explores the power struggle between the rich city of Piltover and the seedy underbelly of Zaun as tensions threaten to boil over thanks to the creation of hextech, a way for any person to control magic.

Meanwhile, in the depths of Zaun, a new drug named shimmer is turning unsuspecting humans into monsters.

The rivalry between cities threatens to split families and friends into factions and the coming struggle will shape the lives of several champions in the League of Legends universe.

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Arcane soundtrack

From the first moment of Arcane with Powder’s chilling song about the rivalry between the cities, the Netflix series makes excellent use of music.

What makes the song choice in Arcane even more impressive is the fact that each track has been created specifically for the series itself.

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Listen on Spotify and Apple Music

To coincide with the release of Arcane, the songs from all episodes have now been made available to fans on music streaming sites such as Spotify and Apple Music.

The series’ cinematic scores for Acts 1, 2 and 3 Arcane have been released on music streaming sites as well.

After the series premiered on November 6th, three new episodes will arrive weekly until November 20th.

Arcane: League of Legends is available to stream now on Netflix after premiering on November 6th, 2021.

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