Of course, Resident Evil as of late continues to stir up chatter thanks to the next major entry arriving in the following month. In that, Resident Evil 8 is arriving in May. Even more, the timing could not be more convenient as the eighth tent pole release for the franchise also happens to land on the 25th anniversary for the Capcom series as well.
But, outside of the titular video game brand, Capcom is also working to bring new entertainment to its fans as well. Last year, Capcom announced Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. A follow-up to 2017’s Resident Evil: Vendetta, the new CGI-animated series follows the journey of Leon S. Kennedy & Claire Redfield. Studio Quebico that worked on the predecessor is returning for the animation.
During the recent Resident Evil Anniversary livestream, Capcom reveals that the show is to debut later on in July. You can watch the segment of the presentation in the video below:
To circle back on news for the video game side of Resident Evil, Capcom during the show also unveiled that Resident Evil 4 is making a comeback. Howbeit, the publisher went on to include that the 2005 title is being adapted for the Oculus Quest 2. Details for that are to be expanded upon next week.
Once again on the topic of the entertainment industry involving Resident Evil, the coming live-action film is holding its form as new details emerge. In a report from IGN, the outlet tells that the official name for the production is ‘Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City’. You can read the full report by heading here.
Are you planning to catch Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness when it hits Netflix?
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness arrive to Netflix in July 2021.