Here’s a list of free in-game items from Riot in celebration of Arcane
Game developer and publisher Riot Games is launching RiotX Arcane, an experience across all their games to celebrate the premiere of the animated series Arcane.
Riot has previously announced that Twitch streamers will be able to co-stream the first episode, with drops enabled for free in-game items. Included in the drops are: A Single Tear emote for League of Legends: Wild Rift, an Arcane Capsule for League of Legends, Fishbones Gun Buddy for VALORANT, a Gizmos & Gadgets Little Legends Egg for Teamfight Tactics, and a Jayce emote for Teamfight Tactics.
Across Riot’s games, here is what you can expect from each.
Legends of Runeterra
- PvE mode, The Path of Champions
- New Champion: Jayce
- Piltover & Zaun Thematic Cards
- Mega Event Pass
League of Legends
- Arcane skinline: Jayce, Vi, Caitlyn, Jinx
- Preseason 2022 update: Two new elemental drakes, new items, and new runes
- Caitlyn Visual Update
- New Map Accents on Summoners’ Rift
- Free RiotX Arcane Pass
- In-game collectible items
- Arcane Collector’s set
- New Agent: Chamber
League of Legends: Wild Rift
- Arcane in-game event
- Free skins: Arcane Jinx and Arcane Vi
- New champions: Jayce and Caitlyn
- Themed Guild vs Guild weeks
- Gizmos & Gadgets (Set 6) release
- Arcane-themed Tacticians and new Chibi Champions
- New mode: Double Up
While Riot certainly has prepared a lot for this massive drop of content all across the board, the celebration does not stop there. Jinx will hop on the Battle Bus as the newest skin in Fortnite. Popular mobile battle royale PUBGM has also announced a collaboration with Arcane, with more details discussed here.
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) November 4, 2021
Epic Games have also announced that all PC games from Riot (Teamfight Tactics, League of Legends, VALORANT, and Legends of Runeterra) will be available on the Epic Launcher very soon.
Time to start a RIOT. 👀
Valorant, Legends of Runeterra, League of Legends and Teamfight Tactics are now available on the Epic Games Store!
— Epic Games Store (@EpicGames) November 4, 2021
The premiere for Arcane is certainly a big move as Riot’s first foray into television, but this is not the only cause of celebration for the game company. Riot has reported over 600 million players across Teamfight Tactics, League of Legends, League of Legends: Wild Rift, Legends of Runeterra, and the China-specific Battle of the Golden Spatula. Last October, the player base reached more than 160 million players – an all time high for Riot Games.
Arcane is brought by Netflix and Riot Games, and will premiere November 6, 2021 with new episodes released each week. For more details and updates check out @arcaneshow on Twitter, or the official RiotX Arcane page
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