Update:

Capcom has now formally unveiled Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. We’re informed that it’ll be out in 2021. Furthermore, it’s a sequence, not a film.

According to a translation of Capcom’s Tokyo Game Show announcement (through Gematsu), the sequence “adds suspense into dynamic action scenes” to “reveal a Resident Evil world unlike anything seen before.” Capcom’s Hiroyuki Kobayashi will function govt producer.

Infinite Darkness is in manufacturing at TMS Entertainment, and is being animated by Quebico.

Watch the official trailer beneath.

Original story:

Netflix Portugal appears to have jumped the gun to unveil Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, a brand new CGI film starring Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy. The tweet was later eliminated, however not earlier than copies of the imprecise trailer appeared on video-sharing websites.

Unfortunately, Netflix appears to be issuing copyright strikes to have the movies taken down however Gematsu managed to obtain and embed a replica on its web site, so ensure that to head over there to test it out.

Since this wasn’t an official announcement, we now have no details about Infinite Darkness at current. This is the second venture born out of Capcom’s collaboration with Netflix, with the first one being a live-action sequence that includes the Wesker youngsters that was introduced again in August.

“When the Wesker kids move to New Raccoon City, the secrets they uncover might just be the end of everything,” reads a quick synopsis. The first season will characteristic eight hour-long episodes helmed by Andrew Dabb (Supernatural), and the primary two episodes can be directed by Bronwen Hughes (The Walking Dead, The Journey Is the Destination).

We’ll replace our readers when we now have details about Infinite Darkness. In the meantime, go away a remark and tell us what you concentrate on the trailer.