Leon and Claire fight zombie outbreaks at Netflix’s Resident Evil CG anime series White House • .net

Leon and Claire fight zombie outbreaks at Netflix’s next Resident Evil CG anime series, The White House.

Netflix has released a complete plot description of Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. It will be released at some point this year.

“In 2006, there was evidence of improper access to a secret presidential file found on the White House network. US Federal Bureau of Investigation Leon S. Kennedy was invited to the White House to investigate the case. Leon and the SWAT team are forced to defeat a horde of mysterious zombies when the lights suddenly go out.

“In the meantime, TerraSave staff member Claire Redfield encounters a mysterious painting by a young man in a country he visits while helping refugees. He is plagued by this painting, which looks like a victim of a virus infection. , Claire begins her own investigation.

“The next morning, Claire visited the White House and asked to build a welfare facility, where she had the opportunity to meet Leon again and take advantage of that opportunity to show a picture of the boy. Leon had some connection with the zombies. You’ve noticed. The outbreak in the White House and the strange picture, he says, has nothing to do with Claire and is leaving. Eventually, the outbreak of these two zombies in a distant country makes the country its. It will lead to a core event. “

Based on an overview of that plot, Infinite Darkness tells a unique story that has nothing to do with video games. The teaser trailer is as follows.

Infinite Darkness is produced and supervised by Capcom’s Hiroyuki Kobayashi. Produced by TMS Entertainment, which has produced various animation series, and Kebiko led by Kei Miyamoto, the producer of Resident Evil Vendetta, is in charge of producing full 3DCG animation.

Netflix has also revealed that voice actor Nick Apostolides will be resurrected as Leon and Stephanie Panicero as Claire. This is the same role played in the 2019 Resident Evil 2 remake. And here’s the new image (you can see the zombies outside the White House at the bottom):

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Resident Evil, which will celebrate its 25th anniversary later this month, is a busy time. Alongside infinite darkness, Netflix has a live-action series set in the biohazard universe starring Wesker’s children in their work.

And the restart of the Resident Evil movie is scheduled for September 2021. Set on the night of Raccoon City in 1998, the movie unfolds love known to all the chaotic fans of the video game series.

In terms of video games, Resident Evil Village is waiting on its wings. Re: Verse Resident Evil is a new multiplayer spin-off available for free at Village.


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