Each new step towards the final reveal of Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness made us drool more. First, we had the revelation, to later point to July as the premiere framework, and now we know the official date.
It will be from July 8, when the series based on the franchise Capcom arrives on Netflix. The action will focus on two classic characters from the saga, Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield. The new advance leaves no doubt; we are going to tremble with fear with its episodes.
Of course, this time, the action is done through a fantastic CGI that looks great. This series follows the vein of Resident Evil: Vendetta, the movie released in 2017 and built from digital animation.
The project has been produced and supervised by Hiroyuki Kobayashi, responsible for several titles Resident Evil. A regular anime producer, TMS Entertainment has taken on that role in the series while the Quebico company handles 3D animation.
The action takes us back to 2006 when Leon must investigate what happened with the hacking of a top-secret White House file. The course of events will lead you to discover that everything is related to a secret laboratory in Shanghai where biological weapons are rampant. For her part, Claire begins her investigation, trying to clarify the events that occurred in the civil war in Penamstan and are closely related to the use of viruses that turn humans into zombies.
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