Netflix has announced the upcoming CGI motion horror sequence which is the anime sequence. The officials have confirmed that the launch date will be announced soon on social media. There are rumors that the show will be launched around 1st July on Netflix. The CGI-action motion anime sequence is based on the resident evil recreation franchise which is directed by Eiichiro Hasumi and animation has done by Quebico. Before disclosing this, Netflix tweeted the teaser trailer on Twitter and said that it would be a CGI movie, but they delete the tweet after some time. It was officially announced by the executive producer Mr.Hiroyuki Kobayashi at the virtual 2020 Tokyo Game Show.
This is a CGI action-motion anime sequence where the lead characters will be Leon S.Kennedy and Claire Redfield which is voiced by Nick Apostolides and Stephanie Panisello in the English language. The official trailer of Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness has been released by Netflix on the OTT platform. This is going to amaze viewers as they will generate high animation effects. This animated series has already been liked by the audience and now the viewer’s hopes from this sequence will be fulfilled by the makers. The trailer of The Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness has launched on Netflix YouTube channels and the audience can access it from anywhere.
The 2-minute, a 23-second trailer has revealed the theme of this series which made viewers eagerly waiting for this series to be launched. The trailer has been launched on the OTT platform and watched by many from the last month. It has been watched by 5,50,000 people within 10 hours of launching the trailer on Netflix’s YouTube channel. More than 38k liked has been given to the trailer and peoples marked their reviews as well. This series will be launched in the Japanese language where the voice will be in the English language.
The lead character Leon S.Kennedy will be voiced by Nick Apostolides, Claire Redfield will be voiced by Stephanie Panisello, Jason will be voiced by Ray Chase, Shen Might will be voiced by Jona Xiao, Patrick will be voiced by Billy Kametz, Graham will be voiced by Joe J. Thomas, Ryan will be played by Doug Stone, and Wilson will be played by Brad Venable. The sequence of The Resident: Infinite darkness will be aired on 8th July on the Netflix application. If you need to watch this series do subscribe on the application to watch all the episodes. To know more about this article stay connected to us.