For those looking to get more of Resident Evil in their lives in general, and not in video game form, then we have some exciting news. It looks like we finally have a bit more to go on with what Capcom is bringing to us over on Netflix. In fact, we have a trailer for it and the official name being Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness now. Something that was teased before but now we have the full announcement out of the TGS this year. Even if it is a short little tease for this show. Yes, this will be a new series and not a one and done film to be added to the many others we have had thus far.
While we do have that announcement here, we do not have much to go on for Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness outside of a few things. The big thing is that it will star the characters of Claire Redfield and Leon Kennedy as they deal with more of the bullshit that Umbrella is pumping out into the world. Be it more of the undead or more of the bioweapons. With all of the same suspense, horror, and twists that we all know comes with the Resident Evil territory out there. Now we just need to sit back and wait to see just how all of that will work and add to the overall story in the universe.
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness — Teaser Trailer
Based on the Capcom video game franchise, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is a horror series with a sci-fi twist. Coming 2021 only on Netflix.
What do you think about what we have here for Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness and will it be a fun series to add in or will it be its own thing with little to link in? What big twists do you think we will see here this time or will it be a by the books story for the franchise? Are you curious why are getting the same characters we always get and not something new for the franchise as the video games have started to do? Let us have all of those thoughts and feelings down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. If there is more for the Resident Evil franchise in any form, we will have it here for you. Just be sure to keep checking back for it all.