Netflix is gearing as much as launch a brand new anime collection based mostly on Capcom’s long-running and wildly fashionable Resident Evil universe. Referred to as Infinite Darkness, the brand new Resident Evil collection will come a number of years after the beforehand launched CG-based movie Resident Evil: Vendetta. This time round, in accordance with Netflix, it’s going to use full 3DCG animation for the collection.
The time period 3DCG refers to 3D laptop graphics, which implies graphics which are made completely in 3D. Although some diehard followers have complained about this sluggish transition, quite a few anime reveals have made the swap to 3DCG animation over conventional 2D animations, opening the door to new types and sorts of scenes. Netflix’s newly introduced Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness collection would be the newest amongst them.
Netflix says it’s going to kick off an unique international launch of the brand new Capcom present on its platform someday subsequent yr, although we don’t have a extra exact date at the moment. Hiroyuki Kobayashi of Capcom supervised the mission and served as an govt producer, in accordance with Netflix, which can work with TMS Leisure as producer and Quebico because the lead on 3DCG animation.
As for the collection itself, Netflix says Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness will give attention to the characters Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy, and that the collection will fall within the horror-action style. Netflix has revealed a trailer and teaser artwork to go alongside the brand new collection, the latter of which options the 2 characters with a bloody wall for a backdrop.
The trailer, in the meantime, reveals us Claire going into an deserted constructing the place she finds one thing that isn’t revealed to viewers. Leon, in the meantime, discovers one thing on this identical darkness, however the focus right here isn’t on the story — fairly, Netflix desires viewers to notice the manufacturing high quality itself, stating that ‘you may see each tiny speck of floating mud and the stress of the characters’ expressions in these ultra-realistic, high-quality visuals.’