In addition to all of the games in Capcom’s last Resident Evil Showcase, the creators have also given another look at the upcoming Netflix series. Not only can fans look forward to a new trailer for Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, the start date has also been narrowed down. The show will be exclusive to Netflix in July 2021.
The story of Infinite Darkness takes place in 2006, about four years after the events of Resident Evil 2. As in the game, Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy will star in the Netflix series. Washington DC is the setting for the series. In the trailer we see the two characters in the White House. Claire shows Leon a drawing of a little boy with tons of zombies on it. The background is reminiscent of Raccoon City. In addition, there is a lockdown for the White House in the trailer after hordes of zombies have stormed the building.
The voices for Leon (Nick Apostolides) and Claire (Stepahnie Panisello) known from the remake of Resident Evil 2 will also be heard in Infinite Darkness. There is so far no information from Netflix and Capcom about the German speakers of the series. The team also announced in the showcase that filming for the film reboot of Resident Evil has been completed. The makers are currently busy with the CGI work. The publisher would also like to reveal details about the start of the new edition shortly.
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