After the dramatic ending to Act Three, fans are curious as to whether episode 10 of Arcane will release via Netflix this weekend with an Act Four.
If October belonged to Squid Game, November belongs to Arcane.
The hit League of Legends series from Riot Games, Fortiche and Netflix took the world by storm when it premiered on November 6th.
However, after the dramatic conclusion to episode 9, fans have been left with more questions than answers.
One of those questions concerns the series’ future and specifically, if episode 10 of Arcane is set to release through Netflix this coming weekend.
Is there an episode 10 of Arcane?
Unfortunately, there is no episode 10 from Arcane season 1, with the series finale airing worldwide via Netflix on November 20th.
Arcane season 1 consisted of three ‘Acts’, each comprised of three episodes: meaning that season 1 has already concluded and fans should not expect new content to launch on November 27th.
The good news for those fans is that there will be more Arcane content to come, with season 2 being confirmed by Riot Games and Netflix!
Season 2 has already been confirmed…
The season 2 announcement was made by the official Arcane Twitter page shortly after the release of Act three last week.
Showrunners for the hit series Christian Linke and Alex Yee spoke to Variety on the renewal, explaining how the team is “beyond happy about the positive response to Arcane’s first season.”
The pair added that they are “working hard with the creative wizards at Riot and [French animation studio] Fortiche to deliver our second installment.”
You can find a more detailed breakdown of the renewal here.
How many League champions appeared in Arcane?
Arcane is a fantastic series for fans who knew nothing about the origin game, League of Legends, but for those who did; there were countless characters and easter eggs that appeared across the three acts.
The full list of champions includes:
There was also a cameo appearance from Warwick and Orianna, who many fans believe to be the creature that we saw Singed appear from.
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