Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, the new animated series set in the world of the survival horror series, announced the cast of Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield.
It turns out that Nick Apostolides and Stephanie Panisello are the voices behind the heroes, and if you recognize these names, it stems from the fact that they played Leon and Claire in Resident Evil 2. Mike was fascinated by the evolutions the Resident Evil 2 remake brought to the core of the original game, and described it as a supremely influential piece of gaming nostalgia who rightly admits that giving players what they already have missed the point.
Just a few years after Resident Evil 4, the duo will find themselves back on each other’s toes as the mysteries they investigate connect in the strangest ways. Claire, a TerraSave staff member, is disturbed by a picture of a young boy showing someone succumbing to the disease. Leon, on the other hand, follows the violation of the President’s secret files when the lights go out and he and his team are attacked by zombies. Leon seems to realize that there is some kind of connection between the zombie epidemic in the White House and the strange drawing, but he tells Claire that there is no relationship and no separation.
Resident Evil Village, the next entry in the series, will be on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X and S on May 7. Ethan Winters’ story continues and pits him against Chris Redfield, who seems to have a hidden reason this time around.