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Resident Evil Infinite Darkness release date announced

We are just weeks away from the release of the upcoming Resident Evil VILLAGE and ahead of its launch, Capcom is hosting a brand new RE Showcase event.

The event will tease aspects of Resident Evil VILLAGE as well as give us a look at what to expect throughout the 25th anniversary of the Resident Evil series.

Resident Evil Infinite Darkness Release Date

During the recent RE Showcase event we got to see a brand new trailer for the upcoming Resident Evil Infinite Darkness movie.

Resident Evil Infinite Darkness Leon Suit
Credit: Capcom

Resident Evil Infinite Darkness will see Leon and Claire join forces once again as Leon is tasked with saving the President from a new zombie outbreak.

It was also revealed that the President that Leon is protecting is the father of Ashley from Resident Evil 4.

Resident Evil Infinite Darkness Claire
Credit: Capcom

The dream team is back together and it has been announced that Infinite Darkness will launch worldwide on Netflix in July 2021.

Resident Evil Infinite Darkness Release Date
Credit: Netflix

READ MORE: New Resident Evil VILLAGE trailer revealed

Check out the latest Resident Evil Infinite Darkness trailer below.


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Gameplay Trailer

A new trailer for Resident Evil 8 was showcased, giving players a greater insight into what to expect, as well as the relationship between Ethan and the unnamed tall woman.

Check out the latest trailer below.

Release Date and Platforms

It was revealed that Resident Evil 8 will be available worldwide on May 7th 2021. It was also confirmed that the game will be coming to the last gen consoles, the PS4 and Xbox One. Capcom previously cancelled these versions due to hardware limitations.

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