If you haven’t watched Arcane Act 1 yet, you still have some time to catch up to everyone else.

The League of Legends Netflix animated series, Arcane, has been a massive hit. The show follows the story of two orphaned sisters, Vi and Powder in the city of Piltover and the undercity, Zaun. The show is now Number 1 on Netflix in 38 countries, dethroning the ever-popular Squid Games in the process.

How Many Episodes Does Arcane Have on Netflix?

Arcane will have a total of 9 episodes expanding upon the League of Legends lore. LoL fans will have an opportunity to see a side of their favorite Champions in a way never seen before. 

The Netflix series has three acts, each Act comprising three episodes:

  1. Arcane Act 1: Episodes 1, 2 & 3.
  2. Arcane Act 2: Episodes 4, 5 & 6.
  3. And finally, Arcane Act 3: Episodes 7, 8 & 9.

When Does Arcane Episode 4 Release?

Netflix launched Arcane Act 1 on November 6 with three episodes as part of Act 1. Riot has also released several Arcane skins for League of Legends champions to celebrate its latest Netflix anime. It’s a month-long celebration and you still have time to get these skins across various Riot Games (and even some non-Riot ones).

But with the conclusion of the first three episodes (Act 1), everyone is now waiting with anticipation for the release of Act 2. The story of Vi and Powder is just too compelling to let go as Act 2 promises to bring even more focus on Powder’s transformation and Silco‘s goal for the undercity.

  • Arcane Episode 4 Release Date: Saturday November 13, 2021.

Arcane Episode 4 releases as part of Act 2 on November 13. Episodes 5 and 6 will also release on the same date on Netflix. Arcane Act 3, with Episodes 7,8 and 9 will release on November 20.

How to Watch Arcane?

Arcane is only available on Netflix right now. You need to have a Netflix subscription to be able to watch the show, or you can also borrow one from your friends. 

Stay tuned to esports.gg for the latest updates and articles on Arcane.

Rohan Samal - Eurasia Editor

Rohan Samal

Eurasia Editor | Twitter: @rohan_esports | Twitch: rohan_3105

Rohan is an editor at esports.gg. He found esports through Dota 2, but has since gone on to follow several other titles including CS: GO, Overwatch, Rainbow Six Siege and more. He has written for several publications and hopes to attend TI10 in 2022.