Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is the new production that will allow us to immerse ourselves in this universe of terror, zombies and devilish corporations. It is a CGI animation series starring Leon S. Kennedy y Claire Redfield, made by the production company Tokyo Movie Shinsha (TMS) y Capcom; while studying CGIDesam is the creator of the project. The episodes will land in the catalog of Netflix this next month of July 2021 worldwide, but today we had the opportunity to enjoy his trailer in spanish. You can take a look at it below:

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness debuts this July on Netflix

“In this new pica, horror, action and suspense adventure are interspersed in the world of Resident Evil, with a realism and unprecedented visual beauty“, write Netflix in the description of this trailer, where he introduces us to the Leon and Claire’s first meeting following the events that took place in Raccoon City in Resident Evil 2. The scene presented to us shows us both protagonists in the White House in 2006.

It is then that Claire asks Leon to take a look at a drawing that, apparently, has been made by a child. “Doesn’t it look much like Raccoon City?”Leon asks, and that allows us to discover that the drawing shows a horde of zombies in the middle of the street. Scene change occurs when a strange event takes place at the residence of the President of the United States, which has to be transferred to a bunker.

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness on Netflix

The White House, the new scene of the zombie apocalypse of Resident Evil

We have played enough games of Resident Evil how to know that the zombies will not take long to make an appearance, and that is going to roll brown in these facilities, to say the least. On the other hand, Leon’s mission is to investigate some unauthorized access to the secret files of the presidency that have taken place; while Claire is now a member of TerraSave.

It is expected that in the next few weeks we will know more information from Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. On the other hand, last night Capcom held the event Resident Evil Showcase, where he shared more information about Resident Evil 8: Village, announcements Resident Evil 4 VR for Oculus Quest 2 and many more details.

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