|Resident Evil: Raccoon City|
The first trailer for the new movie Resident Evil: Raccoon City has been released and features some of the most iconic moments in the Resident Evil franchise.
Sony Pictures has released the first trailer for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City. As Gamebomb.ru spied, the video begins with the words of Claire Redfield, who rides a motorcycle in Raccoon City and says: “Every story has a beginning. Find out the origin of evil. ” Raccoon City is one of the most important places in the Resident Evil universe, and in the first trailer for Resident Evil: Raccoon City, the city is also on the verge of a zombie apocalypse. The video then quickly escalates into chaos as the t-virus spreads across Raccoon City and the two teams arrive at Spencer’s mansion to find out what is happening and head straight to the heart of Umbrella’s twisted experiments and the monsters they spawn. Highlights from the first two games are also featured in the first trailer for Resident Evil: Raccoon City, including the first iconic encounter with the undead and a bitten truck driver who drives his tank to Raccoon City, last seen in the Resident Evil 2 remake.
The upcoming movie Resident Evil: Raccoon City is inspired by the hit survival horror games Resident Evil. Hollywood actress Milla Jovovich has starred in six previous films in the franchise, but the actress hasn’t starred in the upcoming Resident Evil: Raccoon City. However, past films have been criticized by game fans after the films deviated greatly from the original game material. Now Resident Evil: Raccoon City wants to rectify the situation by creating an accurate adaptation of the game that will completely repeat the plot of the first two parts of the Resident Evil game series.
According to Gamebomb.ru, the upcoming film “Resident Evil: Raccoon City” will be released on November 24, 2022. Resident Evil: Raccoon City isn’t the only Resident Evil project in development. Netflix is also working on a TV series based on the popular game franchise Resident Evil.