On the official site for the Netflix original anime, produced by TMS Entertainment and Quebico studios, Biohazard: Infinite Darkness (Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness), a new promotional image of the project was published. The statement noted that more information will be revealed at the AnimeJapan 2021 event, which will take place later this month.
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The series has its premiere scheduled for this year through the Netflix platform globally, without a specific date of its premiere. On the other hand, this animation project was announced during the event “Tokyo Game Show Online 2020” in September 2020.
Cast of voices
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Leon S. Kennedy.
Yuuko Kaida as Claire Redfield.
Hiroyuki Kobayashi is in charge of the production and writing of the original story for this original project, who has previously participated in the production of the video games of the franchise.
Animation in 3DCG format will be managed by TMS Entertainment studios in collaboration with Quebico studios, directed by Takanori Tsujimoto (Biohazard: Vendetta).
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General Synopsis of Resident Evil (Biohazard)
The first installments of the franchise mainly focused on a group of people fighting the Umbrella Corporation, a pharmaceutical company that develops the T-Virus and other mutagens for their secret research on “bio-organic weapons.” Mutagens can transform humans into zombies, as well as mutate other animals and plants into hideous monsters.
The original game and many installments in the franchise are set in Raccoon City, a fictional city in and around the Midwest. The city and its outlying areas are home to several bioengineering laboratories belonging to the Umbrella Corporation, which develop viruses intended for use in biological warfare. One of the labs, unnamed throughout the video game series and referred to as “The Hive” in film adaptations, is located below Raccoon City and is where the T-Virus is developed.