Netflix Resident Evil anime series plot details and voice cast revealed

Zombies are headed to the White Home in Netflix’s Homeowner Evil anime series, Limitless Darkness. Netflix exposed the upcoming series’ plot on Thursday, launching brand-new teaser images and revealing the voice cast.

Homeowner Evil: Infinite Darkness is set a couple of years after the occasions of Homeowner Evil 4 and will star Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield. Netflix stated that the series will revive voice stars Nick Apostolides as Leon and Stephanie Panisello as Claire, the exact same functions they played in 2019’s Homeowner Evil 2 Remake.

Promotional image for Netflix’s Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness

Image: TMS Entertainment/Netflix

Instead of reviewing a story from another video game or film in the series, Limitless Darkness will inform its own initial story with the 2 fan-favorite characters. To offer fans a sneak peek of what’s in-store, Netflix launched a complete plot description:

In 2006, there were traces of incorrect access to secret Governmental files discovered in the White Home’s network. American federal representative Leon S. Kennedy is amongst the group welcomed to the White Home to examine this event, however when the lights all of a sudden head out, Leon and the SWAT group are required to remove a crowd of strange zombies. On the other hand, TerraSave team member Claire Redfield comes across a mystical image drawn by a youth in a nation she went to, while offering assistance to refugees. Haunted by this illustration, which seems of a victim of viral infection, Claire begins her own examination. The next early morning, Claire goes to the White Home to ask for the building of a well-being center. There, she has an opportunity reunion with Leon and utilizes the chance to reveal him the kid’s illustration. Leon appears to recognize some sort of connection in between the zombie break out at the White Home and the unusual illustration, however he informs Claire that there is no relation and leaves. In time, these 2 zombie break outs in remote nations result in occasions that shake the country to its really core.

Homeowner Evil: Infinite Darkness will debut at some point in 2021. However Limitless Darkness isn’t the only Homeowner Evil series that’s on the method from Netflix. The streaming service previously announced a live-action series set in the Homeowner Evil universe that follows members of the Wesker family in two separate timelines.

In fact, 2021 is gearing up to be a huge year for Homeowner Evil all around. Capcom and Constantin Film are making a new live-action film adaptation, this time directed by Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down), staring Kaya Scodelario (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) as Claire Redfield. The film is slated for release on Sept. 3. Meanwhile, the latest game in the series, Homeowner Evil Town, is set to be launched on May 7.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.