Resident Evil is coming to the White House. Netflix has launched the synopsis for Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, and it entails a zombie invasion on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield, storied heroes in the horror video games, lead the CG animated present. This time round, their paths cross attributable to a pair of unusual encounters with some T-virus contaminated ghouls. “In 2006, there have been traces of improper entry to secret Presidential information discovered in the White House’s community. American federal agent Leon S. Kennedy is amongst the group invited to the White House to research this incident,” reads the synopsis, “however when the lights out of the blue exit, Leon and the SWAT group are pressured to take down a horde of mysterious zombies.”
In the first teaser, we noticed Claire Redfield investigating a rundown cabin. Working as a TerraSave workers member, she finds a “mysterious picture” drawn by a refugee little one. Visiting the White House to request extra sources, she tells Leon about the drawing, who “appears to grasp some kind of connection between the zombie outbreak at the White House and the unusual drawing,” however tells Claire in any other case, and leaves. Eventually, although, “the two zombie outbreaks in distant international locations result in occasions that shake the nation to its very core.”
Netflix revealed that Nick Apostolides and Stephanie Panisello will reprise their roles as Leon and Claire, respectively, after voicing them in Resident Evil 2. Capcom’s Hiroyuki Kobayashi is overseeing the present as producer and superviser, and TMS Entertainment and Quebico are the studios making it.
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is bringing again the RE2 remake’s Nick Apostolides as Leon Kennedy and Stephanie Panisello as Claire Redfield. pic.twitter.com/qjIa13hfZc
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Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness will launch someday this yr, alongside a brand new Resident Evil reside motion film, and Resident Evil Village. The evil is certainly resident in 2021.