If you want to check Netflix’s upcoming opening three minutes resident Evil series, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, We have some good news to tell you.
The series will deviate slightly from Raccoon City to make the protagonist feel more comfortable, but this should not distract them from their task of preventing the spread of the zombie virus.
There is no news about how many episodes the series will have.
In the miniseries, “Resident Evil 2” remake Nick Apostolides plays Leon Kennedy, Stephanie Panicello voices Claire Redfield-you can see them below Performance.
“In 2006, traces of improper access to secret presidential documents were found on the White House network,” the show’s introduction explained. “
“U.S. federal agent Leon Kennedy was one of the people invited to the White House to investigate this incident, but when the lights suddenly went out, Lyon and the SWAT team were forced to shoot down a group of mysterious zombies.”
From here, it is safe to assume that things are going badly.
If you are eager to get more non-video game “Resident Evil” media, don’t worry-there are more works in production. Netflix is also producing a live-action “Resident Evil” series starring “Wesker Kids”. However, there is no release date.
The opening of the upcoming show made its debut during Netflix’s Geeked Week, and it’s a busy day for the streaming service: it also announced WitcherCon, showing more of the second season of “The Witcher,” teasing about Ubisoft’s “Split Cell”, “Far Cry” and “Blood” detailed dragon animation performances, and debuted on the teacup head show!
“Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness” will air on Netflix on July 8.
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