When Netflix announced the involvement of Panisello and Apostolides, it also revealed more key details surrounding the plot of “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness.”
As reported by IGN, fans can look forward to a dynamic story that opens in 2006 and features Leon S. Kennedy fighting zombies in the White House. After uncovering a child’s cryptic drawing of a virus victim while working with refugees abroad, Claire Redfield reunites with Kennedy at the White House. However, Leon strangely denies any connection between the uncanny drawing and the gory events unfolding.
Experiencing a brand-new “Resident Evil” story with familiar characters and voices is definitely something for the fans to look forward to. Plus, the new series will be 100% canon. “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness” will be out July 8, 2021 on Netflix. If you’re thinking about playing or revisiting the “Resident Evil 2” remake before then, make sure you sig into some of the expert tips that the game won’t tell you.