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New Trailer Reveals Netflix Animated Horror Show in the White House for Resident Evil- Infinite Darkness

Resident Evil-Infinite Darkness has received a new exciting trailer as well as a firm release date, which is thankfully not too far away. It’s been a while since Netflix announced the series will premiere in July, but now we have an exact date: the dead will rise on July 8.

In the first trailer for Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, Leon S. Kennedy (Nick Apostolides) fights zombies in the White House, while Claire Redfield (Stephanie Panisello) investigates a strange drawing that may signify a zombie outbreak on the other side of the world. Even though we don’t know how, the two events are said to be related.

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness' release date, trailer, story, and 'RE4'  connection

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A new character, Jason (Ray Chase), a war veteran who experienced a zombie attack in the middle of a military operation during a civil war, is introduced in the new trailer, adding to the mystery. A major plot involving bio-weapons and the US government is also hinted at in the latest trailer.

The trailer for Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness also pays homage to the franchise’s craziness by featuring zombie rats and a new hulking monster that looks like some of the game’s biggest antagonists, such as Nemesis and Mr. X.

As part of the Resident Evil franchise’s 25th anniversary celebration, Netflix will announce Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. It’s been a fantastic year for zombie epidemic fans, and it’s just been a few weeks.Since the critically acclaimed Resident Evil: Village, the forthcoming live-action film Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City on November 24 will retell the storey of the first virus outbreak on Raccoon City and the Spencer Mansion.

Another Netflix Resident Evil show is in the works: a live-action series created by Constantin Film, the same company that brought us Welcome to Raccoon City, indicating the possibility of a cinematic universe in the future.

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