Resident Evil Infinite Darkness heads to Netflix in July 2021

Get ready.

Resident Evil Infinite Darkness, a CGI animated Netflix series, will debut in July 2021.

The news came from yesterday’s Resident Evil Showcase and also treated us all to a new trailer for the upcoming TV show.

“The world of Resident Evil that intertwines horror, action and suspense is presented with beautiful and realistic visuals in this brand-new entertainment epic on a unprecedented scale,” Netflix said in a statement accompanying the trailer.

The new visuals show off both Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield, with Capcom also confiming that Leon’s work at the White House is for none other than President Graham, aka Resident Evil 4 protagonist Ashley’s father.

Resident Evil Infinite Darkness will star Resident Evil 2‘s Nick Apostolides as Leon Kennedy and Stephanie Panisello as Claire Redfield and will debut on Netflix sometime in July 2021.

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