If you want to check out Netflix’s next 3 minute opening Resident Evil series, Biohazard: Infinite Darkness, We have some good news for you.
The series will be a bit off Raccoon City, which is set to make the protagonist feel more comfortable, but not too distracting in their mission to stop the zombie virus epidemic.
Currently, there is no word about how many episodes there are in the series.
In the miniseries, Resident Evil 2 remake Nick Apostolides starred as Leon Kennedy, and Stephanie Panicero lends her voice to Claire Redfield-and you’ll see them in action below. I can.
“In 2006, there was evidence of improper access to a secret presidential file found on the White House network,” the show’s tagline explains. “
“U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation Leon S. Kennedy is one of a group invited to the White House to investigate the case, but when the lights suddenly go out, Leon and the SWAT team defeat a horde of mysterious zombies. I’m forced to do that. “
From here it is safe to think that things will be FUBAR.
If you’re hungry for biohazard media other than video games, don’t worry. We are still preparing. Netflix is also working on a live-action biohazard series starring Wesker Kids. However, there is no release date.
The opening of the next show debuted during Netflix Geek Week, And it was a busy day for streaming services: it also announced The WitcherCon, showing off more from Witcher Season 2, teasing details about Ubisoft’s Splinter Cell, Far Cry, Blood Dragon anime shows, and The Cuphead Show. Debuted!
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness will air on Netflix on July 8th.