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Japanese Dub Cast and Trailer released for Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness CG Series

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness has created a lot of hype among the media platforms right now, given the fact that it is going to release pretty soon. It is a CGI original net animation series that is set in the franchise Resident Evil by Capcom. The show will throw a major spotlight on Leon S. Kennedy as well as Claire Redfield who happen to be the main protagonists from Resident Evil 2. As a matter of fact, the genre of this show will obviously again explore the themes of horror as well as action. This new show has been directed by Eiichiro Hasumi while its production has been done under the banner of TMS Entertainment while its animator is Quebico. As for its international release, the series is licensed by the streaming giant Netflix. The events which will be depicted in this story are set between Resident Evil 4 as well as Resident Evil 5. The timeline for this series has been set to 2006 where we will witness a hacking incident inside the White House.

Later when the investigation starts after this event, we are going to see the entry of Leon S. Kennedy in order to investigate the whole thing. But things will take a unique turn when the character will find out the traces of zombies in the place. This is the time when the entire White House gets targeted by a mysterious attack about which, people do not know much. On the other hand, we will see Claire Redfield entering the scenes too. She will be seen checking out a very weird drawing that has been made by a kid who is a refugee. She does so while contributing to the mission of Terra Save in order to see more about the construction of a welfare facility. Well, recently Netflix created waves among the fans who are keenly looking forward to the release of this series on their digital screens. Thus, here we have wrapped up all the current details known to us about Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness.

Netflix has come forth to release a new trailer dubbed in Japanese regarding the forthcoming anime show back on Monday. We have attached the video for you guys in this article. All this while, the platform also went on to disclose the main cast members which will be employed in this series for the Japanese Dub section. The list includes Toshiyuki Morikawa reprising the role of Leon S. Kennedy. Then we have Yuko Kaida who enacts the character of Claire Redfield. Fumihiko Tachiki does the part of Jason. Megumi Han reprises the role of Shen May. Kenji Nojima enacts the character of Patrick. Kazuhiko Inoue does the part of Graham. Aruno Tahara reprises the role of Wilson. Then we have Mitsuru Ogata who enacts the character of Ryan.

 Japanese Dub Cast and Trailer released for Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness CG Series

A still from Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness CG Series

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness anime series release date on Netflix

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness anime series release date on Netflix is on the 8th of July 2021. The whole story will be divided into four parts that will all release on the date mentioned above. Coming back to what the plot of this story is going to look like, the tale will give us a bit of background story to build in the correct manner. In the year 2000, mysterious destruction happened to the helicopter which belongs to the special forces of the United States, fell from the sky while they were in the middle of intervening during the Penamstan Civil War. We will also see how the Army Mad Dogs belonging to the United States did not agree to stand their ground and went on to save the people who have survived the crash even though the command center ordered otherwise. But when the Army Mad Dogs went to investigate, they found no person living, instead were terribly annihilated and had no choice but to escape in order to live. This force was led by Captain Jason and while they were looking at the dead special forces, they could not help but witness them moving in very strange ways. Now the story comes back to the present time, that is 2006, and the events which we have mentioned before begins to unfold.

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