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Riot Games’ “Arcane” collaborations just keep on rolling. The latest promotional crossover involving the animated League of Legends series comes to Among Us. This wildly popular game pits players against each other in a high-stakes, outer space environment, where they must work together to figure out which crew member among them is the murderous impostor. This collab will bring a whole line of new cosmetics to the game in an all-new Cosmicube, featuring costume items of “Arcane” characters like Jinx, Vi, Jayce, Caitlyn, Heimerdinger and the Enforcers.

Arcane x Among Us: The full list of items inside the new Arcane Cosmicube

According to a release by Riot Games, Cosmicubes are a new premium cosmetic system in Among Us that allow players to unlock several new costume options.

“Cosmicubes are an unlockable cosmetics system within Among Us,” said the release. “Purchase a themed Cosmicube, activate it to obtain Pods through gameplay and use those Pods to unlock cosmetics via a branching path system within the Cosmicube. All cosmetics are purely visual and do not have any effect on gameplay or gameplay options.”

The full list of costume items being added to Among Us via the new Arcane Cosmicube are as follows:

  • Heimerdinger’s Hair
  • Heimerdinger’s Moustache
  • Heimerdinger’s Suit
  • Heimerdinger’s Poro
  • Enforcer Helmet
  • Enforcer Armor
  • Caitlyn’s Cap
  • Caitlyn’s Uniform
  • Vi’s Hair
  • Vi’s Clothes
  • Jinx’s Hair
  • Jinx’s Goggles
  • Jinx’s Clothes
  • Jayce’s Hair
  • Jayce’s Council Suit
  • Chomper
  • Claggor’s Goggles

Among Us players will have until December 31 to purchase the Arcane Cosmicube. At that point, it will disappear from the store. Those that unlock the League of Legends cosmetics before then will keep their cosmetics forever.

PC gamers can purchase Among Us on Steam, while mobile players can find the game in their respective app stores.

More on ‘Arcane’

The crossover with Among Us is nothing new to Riot Games when it comes to the company’s promotional plans involving “Arcane.” The League of Legends developer has already collaborated with several other major companies. Partnerships revealed so far include Fortnite, PUBG Mobile, Rihanna’s beauty company Fenty and even a collab with chocolate company Compartés Chocolatier.

So far, Riot’s promotional efforts have paid off in spades. Act 1 of the “Arcane” series has been a smash hit on the Netflix streaming platform, drawing large viewership numbers and high ratings. Both Riot and Netflix will now hope to parlay that momentum towards the second and third batches of episodes.

Act 2 of “Arcane” features Episodes 4, 5 and 6 and debuts late at night on the east coast, with an official release time of 3:00 a.m. ET on Nov. 13.