Riot Games’ Arcane Music Takes Center Stage at 2021 Game Awards
Riot Games’ highly successful Netflix animated show, Arcane, which is based on the world of League of Legends, will be celebrated at this year’s Game Awards. The focus will be on the music featured in the series.
Sting to Perform Song from Arcane at Game Awards
Renowned musician Sting, a multi-time Grammy award winner, will perform a popular song from Arcane during the 2021 Game Awards on December 9th. The song he will perform is titled “What Could Have Been,” which was prominently featured in the series’ third act.
Arcane Soundtrack Collaboration
Sting collaborated with other artists such as Imagine Dragons and Bea Miller to create the Arcane soundtrack. Each act of the show incorporated songs from different artists to highlight the development of the characters and locations. Many of the songs explore themes of loss and pain. The songs, including “What Could Have Been,” can be purchased and streamed on various music platforms.
Returning to a Live Audience
The 2021 Game Awards, hosted by Geoff Keighley, will take place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on December 9th. This marks a return to a live audience format after the event was held online last year due to the pandemic. The awards will recognize outstanding games across multiple platforms, with six titles nominated for the coveted “Game of the Year” award: Deathloop, It Takes Two, Psychonauts 2, Metroid Dread, Resident Evil: Village, and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart.
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