Resident Evil Infinite Darkness has been formally introduced via Capcom’s Tokyo Game Show 2020 broadcast. A teaser for the upcoming Netflix collection was launched prematurely, revealing that Leon Scott Kennedy and Claire Redfield can be partnering up but once more in Resident Evil Infinite Darkness.
Infinite Darkness shall be episodic, in contrast to earlier Resident Evil CGI tasks like Resident Evil: Damnation or Resident Evil: Vendetta. The creators behind the upcoming collection had been secretive about any additional particulars regarding Infinite Darkness.
However, key artwork for the collection was shared through the broadcast. This atmospheric picture options Leon and Claire sitting in a room with blood splattered behind them. It was additionally talked about that Claire and Leon are sporting fully new outfits, and that that is the primary time Leon is seen sporting a swimsuit.
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More details about Resident Evil Infinite Darkness shall be launched in the long run.
This announcement accompanied the Resident Evil Village stream. However, the printed at present was largely a recap of beforehand launched data concerning story particulars. This included the storybook phase proven in the PlayStation Forward trailer, and the mysterious motives behind Chris Redfield.
Resident Evil Infinite Darkness shall be out there to stream via Netflix in 2021.