Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness debuts in mediocre reviews

Capcom‘s critically and commercially acclaimed horror franchise Resident Evil recently branched out of its gaming origins again, but this time with a CG animated TV show called Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness Dark.

The new show is available for Netflix subscribers in just a few days on July 8, 2021 and we released the first reviews ahead of launch. The show is currently on a score of 71% on Rotten tomatoes, with some critics appearing to enjoy aspects of the show despite brisk animation, while others have taken the opposite stance with one site giving the show a 3/10.

Resident Evil‘s last outing in the main series, Resident Evil Village was very well received by critics and fans alike, and we last heard during Capcom’s E3 event that due to the popularity of the games we will see some DLC somewhere down the line.

Let us know what you think about it Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness Dark when it hits Netflix this Thursday, July 8, 2021.