The next phase in the RiotX Arcane event features the addition of Progress Days, a weeklong celebration across the Riot Games universe to celebrate the launch of the animated series, “Arcane.”
Progress Days is a holiday in “Arcane” where citizens of Piltover celebrate technological innovation. Riot Games is bringing Progress Days to its games starting Nov. 7 – 13 which is the time between the first and second episodes of “Arcane.” Alongside Progress Days comes the addition of in-game content within Riot Games’ various titles.
League of Legends
In League of Legends, players will be able to explore the Council Archives which is a new interactive experience where players can study more of the show’s backstory. The “Arcane Jayce” skin will become available after playing one game of League of Legends during the week of Progress Days.
Legends of Runeterra
Legends of Runeterra has new content coming its way as well with The Path of Champions, a permanent player versus environment mode featuring adventures through Plitover and Zaun. It will also feature roguelike campaigns through other regions in Runeterra. Additionally, there will be new champion skins, a Jayce champion deck bundle and a new Plitovan Rooftop board.
“Arcane”-style Jinx and Vi skins will be available for free through daily login rewards during Progress Days. There will also be an “Arcane” Experience in-game event, Jayce and Caitlyn hit the Hextech Heist event and themes weeks in Guild versus Guild including Jinx and Vi themes.
RiotX Arcane event hub
The RiotX Arcane event hub will unlock new earnable in-game rewards up until Nov. 30, even after Progress Days have concluded. These in-game rewards expand throughout the Riot Games ecosystem and will be in addition to the events and features added.
- League of Legends: Arcane Capsule, Arcane Icon
- Teamfight Tactics: One Gizmos & Gadgets Little Legend Egg
- Legends of Runeterra: One Jayce Champion Card
- Wild Rift: 100 Poro Coins
- VALORANT: One Exclusive Poro Gun Buddy
Lastly, Riot Games will also be awarding 30 non-profit organizations with a $10,000 community grand on Nov. 19. Each non-profit was nominated by players across Riot Games’ portfolio of games from around the world.
Danny Appleford is an esports journalist for Upcomer that started writing for Daily Esports in 2020. He now specializes in articles surrounding League of Legends, Call of Duty, VALORANT and Halo.