If you want to see the first three minutes of the upcoming Netflix Resident Evil series, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, we have some good news for you.
The series will deviate slightly from the environment of Raccoon City, where its protagonists will feel more comfortable, but this should not interfere too much for their mission to stop the spread of the zombie virus.
Currently, there is not a word about how many episodes in the series there will be.
In the miniseries, Nick Apostolides of Remake Resident Evil 2 plays as Leon Kennedy and Stephanie Panisello lends her voice to Claire Redfield – and you can see them in action below.
“In 2006, traces of improper access to secret presidential files were found on the White House network,” the ad explains. “
“US Federal Agent Leon S. Kennedy is among a group invited to the White House to investigate the incident, but when the lights suddenly go out, Leon and the SWAT team are forced to take down a horde of mysterious zombies.”
From now on, it can be safely assumed that things are going FUBAR.
If you’re hungry for more than Resident Evil media video games, don’t worry – there’s more to the work. Netflix is also working on the Resident Evil feature series starring “Wesker Kids.” However, there is no release date.
The launch of the upcoming show was debuted during Netflix’s Geeked Weekand it was a busy day for the streaming service: it also announced WitcherCon, showcasing more of Season 2 The Witcher, teasing details about the animated performances Ubisoft Splinter Cell, Far Cry and Blood Dragon and debuting The Cuphead Show!
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness will air on Netflix on July 8.