Call of the Arbiter Release Schedule
With Call of the Arbiter arriving today, Plarium has published a full Call of the Arbiter Release Schedule.
The first Episode is scheduled ready to go at 2pm UTC on the Official Raid Shadow Legends YouTube Channel, so get ready!
- 7-Day Champion Chase** May 18th – August 1st – Get your FREE Legendary.
- RAID: Call of the Arbiter Code Chase – May 18th – August 3rd – Get FREE Ingame Rewards
- Forge Pass with Righteous Set – May 18th – June 15th
** Champion Chase cannot be started after July 24th.
* Exact times are subject to change.
- Fan Art Content – June 12th – August 14th – Information will be released on this as we know more.
Typically these Events have been made up by the community sending in artwork they’ve made around a subject, whether that be a Champion from the game, or designing a new skin/champion entirely.
The usual rewards for these are exclusive in-game avatars along with some in-game rewards such as shards, and books.
These are nearly always posted on the Facebook Page for Raid Shadow Legends, however, also get posted on the Discord server.
Episode Release Dates
Episode 2 – May 25th
Episode 3 – June 1st
Episode 4 – June 8th
Episode 5 – June 15th
Episode 6 – June 22nd
Episode 7 – June 29th
Episode 8 – July 6th
Episode 9 – July 13th
Episode 10 – July 20th
Discover the Lore
Episode 2 – May 27th
Episode 3 – June 3rd
Episode 4 – June 10th
Episode 5 – June 17th
Episode 6 – June 24th
Episode 7 – July 1st
Episode 8 – July 8th
Episode 9 – July 15th
Episode 10 – July 22nd
Be sure to follow the Release Schedule Call of the Arbiter to not miss out on any of this exciting content!
this is so awesome great backstory.
Episode 1 Chase Code is CHOICE
Like the attempt. Better than nothing. Would like longer episodes. Such much more they could do for the hype they provide. Bigger question though…why are the graphics of standard RAID commercials and even in game far superior to the Call of the Arbiter Series? Even the commercial with Galek and Zargala on “the red carpet”. They look great and then look up to the “cartoony” COTA version of Galek.