Netflix Problems Will Not Influence the Production of Arcane Season 2

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Riot Games made many mistakes over the years that led to events that failed. But Riot Games released Arcane in 2017. It was a popular Netflix series that anyone who doesn’t know League of Legends can enjoy.

Some concerns have emerged regarding the production of Season 2 Arcane, an event that fans are eagerly awaiting. So, what can we expect to happen with a series that gave life to so much League of Legends lore?

Are Arcane Season 2 and Season 3 cancelled in production?

Netflix has recently seen its market cap plummet to 2018 and its stock price fall by billions of dollars. The time before streaming services had even a fraction of the popularity gained during the pandemic era and reclusive quarantine.

This is why, in addition to losing two hundred thousands subscribers, when we cut ties with Russia, Numerous titles that were due to be released in the future have been canceled. The way Piltover cut Zaun off. You can see what we did there.

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Riot has confirmed this, Netflix’s issues are preventing Arcane’s Season 2 from being canceled.Because their contract with Netflix doesn’t include producing the award-winning series, it is geared towards distributing it. Fortiche Production will produce the series in collaboration with Riot. Fortiche has taken a significant share of Riot’s stock after Arcane’s success.

Arcane Season 2 may even surpass expectations, if there is more control in the company.

When Will Arcane Season 2 be Released?

Riot Games has yet to release a date for Arcane Season 2 despite having issued a statement regarding its production. The production of Arcane Season 2 will take much less time than its first season. Both companies are aware of the value of their initial success. We can also expect more projects that are tied to League of Legends than Arcane.

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Arcane will no longer be the main focus of production. Riot Games knows well the dangers associated with oversaturating the market and making fans not appreciate the product enough.

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