Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is coming to Netflix in 2021, a CG series featuring Claire Redfield and Leon Kennedy.
A trailer for the series was released by Netflix Portugal on Twitter, although as no other accounts have posted the clip, its unclear whether someone may have accidentally pulled the trigger early.
The trailer itself stars both Claire Redfield and Leon Kennedy, who were the main protagonists from Resident Evil 2.
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness - Trailer pic.twitter.com/YaKwB5hHGk— No Context Resident Evil (@ContextEvil) September 26, 2020
This follows numerous CG movies in the franchise, with Resident Evil Degeneration released in 2008, followed by Damnation (2012) and Vendetta.
Infinite Darkness arrives next year (Picture: Netflix)
This is also separate from the previously announced Netflix show based on Resident Evil, which is a live-action series revolving around Albert Wesker’s children.
It's set to be a pretty huge year for the franchise in 2021, with Resident Evil Village, the sequel to Resident Evil 7, also set to be released on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness releases on Netflix in 2021.