RESIDENT Evil fans buckle up – there's a new series on the horizon.
New animated series Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness will be dropping on Netflix very soon. Here's the lowdown…
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When is Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness released on Netflix?
The new installment of the Resident Evil franchise, Infinite Darkness, is set to release on Thursday, 8 July 2021, on Netflix.
The cast features the original members who voiced Claire and Leon in the game, for the 2019 remake of Resident Evil 2.
Leading the English voice cast are Nick Apostolides and Stephanie Panisello, who voiced the characters in Resident Evil 2.
The cast for the upcoming series is as follows:
- Toshiyuki Morikawa (Japanese) and Nick Apostolides (English) as Leon Kennedy.
- Yūko Kaida (Japanese) and Stephanie Panisello (English) as Claire Redfield.
- Megumi Han (Japanese) and Jona Xiao (English) as Shen May.
- Fumihiko Tachiki (Japanese) and Ray Chase (English) as Jason.
- Kenji Nojima (Japanese) and Billy Kametz (English) as Patrick.
- Mitsuru Ogata (Japanese) and Doug Stone (English) as Ryan.
- Kazuhiko Inoue (Japanese) and Joe Thomas (English) as Graham.
- Aruno Tahara (Japanese) and Brad Venable (English) as Wilson.
The trailer for the new series is at the top of this article.
What is Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness about?
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is an animated show based on the Japanese horror video game series.
The original game, produced by Tokuro Fujiwara, was released on 22nd March 1996.
The events of the new animated series take place in 2006, 2 years after Resident Evil 4 and before Resident Evil 5.
Leon and Jason are ordered by government bosses to investigate an unexplained cyber attack on the White House.
The attack saw President Graham under threat as zombie were let loose on the White House grounds.
Meanwhile, Claire is on duty in the country of Penamstan, working on behalf of the human rights organization TerraSave.
She discovers that the White House attack is linked to a terrifying experiment that once occurred there and makes revelations about Jason's military career as well.
She reunites with Leon and Jason, and the trio team-up to expose the conspiracy and protect the government from a dangerous threat.
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