Resident Evil Infinite Darkness will be a horror-action TV series based on the stories of the two most famous protagonists of the game - Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy. Premiere on Netflix next year. The tweet announcing the show was quickly pulled, but not before plenty of Resident Evil fans had gotten an eyeful of the action.
At the moment, there are not many more details of this tape beyond those revealed by the trailer that in fact has been leaked and not officially published by Capcom itself. Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness instead will be similar in execution to the the latest Dragon's Dogma series, though with more CG than hand drawn animations.
Since the first game was released in 1996 on Sony PlayStation, the Resident Evil series is nearing its 25th anniversary.
Back in June, shortly after the announcement of Resident Evil Village, we learned that the developers were struggling to get the game running on current gen consoles, pushing Capcom to only announce the game for next-gen consoles.
In the trailer, Claire is shown outside a dark house that she enters armed with nothing but a flashlight. With the franchise constantly evolving even now, a new title will transform the franchise's history - Resident Evil Infinite Darkness. Previously, Kobayashi produced the three computer-animated films, "Resident Evil: Degeneration", "Resident Evil: Damnation", and "Resident Evil: Vendetta". It will stream via Netflix in 2021. Resident Evil Village is scheduled to launch the PS5, Xbox collection X, Xbox collection S and PC at 2021. Both personalities made their initial appearance in Resident Evil 2, and have been attributes at a ton of different games in the market.