Riot Games reveals a plan for a Valorant animated series

Arcane, a Netflix series from Riot Games, quickly gained popularity among viewers. The series not only gave League of Legends credit, but it also had appeal for non-gamers. Fans of Valorant subsequently inquired about the possibility of a Valorant Netflix series. David Nottingham then responded to our question. An animated series is not out of the question because Valorant's lore already has a substantial foundation.


David Nottingham of Riot Games reveals a plan for a brave animated series.
Valorant Q&A sessions, where players may ask any question, are often held by Riot Games. In a recent Valorant Q&A, the audience was asked questions about gifting and a replay system.


The question if we'll get an Arcane-styled Valorant animated series was asked and David Nottingham replied:

Arcane was amazing! We'd be lying if we claimed not to have hopes and dreams of one day delivering something of that stature in the VALORANT Universe but wow, our LoL cousins set an insanely high bar with the series!


From the outset, we set out to create an expansive universe with depth of characters to support any potential future experiences that we believe players would want, including premium entertainment.
- David Nottingham, Creative Director

There are some plans for a valiant animated series! And given the current Valorant story, that makes sense. Even the agents' genuine names are known to us. So when can we expect to watch the Netflix series "Voice of Valor"?


When will the animated series "The Valorant" be released?
A Valorant animated series won't be coming out anytime soon, to put it succinctly. Valorant was released on June 2, 2020, therefore we have to keep it in mind. In June, it will turn two years old.

David Nottingham also spoke about its release date:
BUT…don't expect anything too soon. We’re going to remain hyper-focused on the game for quite some time and we have plenty we still want to do to keep expanding the universe in support of VALORANT the game.


The goal is to increase the game's lore, content, and possibly esports scene. We can only reasonably anticipate a Netflix program for consideration after we have a more developed game with a larger user base and more content.