Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness CGI Movie Teaser Reveals Claire and Leon

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness CGI Movie Teaser Reveals Claire and Leon

Capcom USA revealed a brand new CGI movie project, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, during their TGS livestream earlier today.

During Capcom USA’s livestream on Twitch, the CGI movie Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness was officially revealed with a teaser trailer. The trailer first introduces us to Claire Redfield as she investigates a dark and long abandoned house. The teaser ends with a man holding a gun, then a final shot of Leon Kennedy with one trained on that same man. You can watch it below:

This movie is the second of two Resident Evil projects heading to Netflix. Unfortunately no other information on Infinite Darkness has been revealed as of yet but hopefully more will be forthcoming soon.

There’s also a live-action series coming to the streaming service, which will consist of eight, hour-long episodes and will be overseen by Andrew Dabb, best known for his work on Supernatural. The first two of the eight episodes will be directed by Bronwen Hughes whose credits include The Walking Dead. The series will be split across two timelines and will follow Wesker’s kids.

In recent years there’s been a huge push of media based on videogame properties making their debut on various streaming services. Late last year we got the hugely successful The Witcher series on Netflix and before that we had the likes of the Castlevania animated show. Early July we got the announcement of an Amazon exclusive Fallout series, in March there was the reveal of HBO’s The Last of Us and we have the likes of Cuphead and more hitting our screens soon. And now of course we have two confirmed Resident Evil projects in the works.

Meanwhile on the videogame front we have Resident Evil: Village, which made its debut during the PlayStation 5 Showcase by Sony. Continuing from where REVII left off, Village seems to be aiming to bring players into an entirely different Resident Evil experience, this time around focused on European forests and mountains and the presence of werewolves, in lieu of the series’ traditional zombies.