If you want to check out the opening three minutes of the upcoming series Resident Evil Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness we have some great news for you.
The series will stray a bit from the Raccoon City setting that its protagonists are more comfortable with, but that shouldn't be too distracting for them in their mission to stop the spread of the zombie virus.
There is currently no word on how many episodes the series will have.
In the mini -series, Residents Evil 2 remake Nick Apostolides stars as Leon Kennedy, and Stephanie Panisello lends her voice to Claire Redfield – and you can see them in action below.
"In 2006, there were traces of improper access to the President's secret files located on the White House network, ”Explains a blurb for the show."
"American federal agent Leon S. Kennedy was among the group invited to the White House to investigate this incident, but when the lights suddenly went out, he was forced Leon and the SWAT team overthrow a group of mysterious zombies. "
From here, it's safe to assume, things go to FUBAR.
If you're hungry for more non -video game Resident Evil media, don't worry – there's more in the works. Netflix is also working on a live-action Resident Evil series starring the ' Wesker kids ' ;. There is no release date for that one.
The upcoming show's opening debuts during Netflix's Geeked Week, and it's a busy day for the streaming service: it also announced WitcherCon, showed more from The Witcher Season 2, mocked the details about Ubisoft’s Splabt Cell, Far Cry, and Blood Dragon animated show, and the launch of The Cuphead Show!
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness will be released on Netflix on July 8.
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