Netflix has unveiled a brand new Resident Evil “CG anime” sequence that’s scheduled for a worldwide launch subsequent yr.
The sequence is known as Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness and might be produced and supervised by Capcom’s Hiroyuki Kobayashi. Anime studio TMS Leisure may also produce the sequence.
The streaming big says that it will likely be a horror-action sequence primarily based across the tales of Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield. The teaser trailer for the sequence reveals Claire investigating an deserted constructing and Leon rescuing an unknown man.
“By including suspense into dynamic motion scenes, this sequence will reveal a Resident Evil world not like something seen earlier than,” Netflix outlined in a information launch.
This announcement comes a month after Netflix revealed that it’s engaged on a live-action series based on Resident Evil. The eight-episode sequence will give attention to two sisters who seem like the daughters of longtime Resident Evil villain Albert Wesker.
Particular launch dates for the 2 sequence haven’t but been revealed. These two initiatives point out that Netflix is betting on utilizing acquainted and standard names to draw viewers.
Resident Evil is without doubt one of the most profitable gaming franchises, having bought greater than 100 million models since 1996.
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