Resident Evil: The Netflix animation series illustrates its scenario, the actors of Resident Evil 2 Remake return

Cultural News Resident Evil: Netflix Animated Series Clarifies Scenario, Resident Evil 2 Remake Cast Returns Confirmed during Tokyo Game Show 2020, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness animated series will hit Netflix this year. The first details appear. Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, a CGI series currently being produced by TMS Entertainment (Detective Conan), is hosted by the Quebico studio that was featured in the credits for Resident Evil: Vendetta. On the production side, we find Hiroyuki Kobayashi, who is already working on Resident Evil: Degeneration and Resident Evil: Vendetta. When biohazards are released, only an experienced zombie killer duo can do the job. Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is a new original series in the canon of Resident Evil, Capcom’s classic survival horror franchise. – Netflix. The two protagonists will be the main faces of the Capcom license, Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield. And Netflix announced it today. It is the actors they played in the remake of Resident Evil 2 (2019) who will take on their roles again. Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness brings back the Nick Apostolides of the RE2 remake as Leon Kennedy and Stephanie Panisello as Claire Redfield. pic.twitter.com/qjIa13hfZc – NX (@NXOnNetflix) March 12, 2021

A summary that becomes clearer

The plot of the series shares a number of details via Netlifx as well. We then learn that the adventure will begin in 2006 while secret files in the White House have been hacked. American agents, including Leon S. Kennedy, who is in charge of the investigation, are confronted with zombies during a sudden power outage. Meanwhile, Claire Redfield, a TerraSave employee, discovers a mysterious painting by a boy with aphasia in another country depicting a person infected with a virus. The next morning, Claire goes to the White House to apply for the construction of a social center, finds Leon by chance and shows him the boy’s drawing. Leon realizes something about the connection between the zombie incident at the White House and the bizarre painting, but leaves the scene and says it has nothing to do with Claire. The two zombie outbreaks that took place in distant lands turned into a nationally harrowing situation, and Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness currently has no release date. From Tiraxa, writing from jeuxvideo.com MP