Welcome to Raccoon City is a brand-new survival horror game that takes place in the wasteland that was once the headquarters of pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corp. After the corporation’s dissolution, the town is a shambles, but there’s a dark secret hiding beneath the surface. You and your team of survivors will need to band together to find the truth behind Umbrella and make it through the night before it’s too late.
The film will take place in 1998 and follow the origin story of the series’ recurring character, Claire Redfield. The story will be split between an urban Raccoon City and a rural one. The urban Raccoon City portion will be like a claustrophobic John Carpenter siege film, while the rural portion will be your standard haunted house flick. The trailer looks impressive, so stay tuned for a Resident Evil: Welcome to Screampark release date.
The movie’s release date isn’t set in stone yet, but it’s likely to be available on Hulu in early November. Due to a pre-existing deal between the studio and Hulu, the film is most likely to be available on Hulu in addition to its theater release. If you’re interested in catching the new installment of the horror franchise, here’s a look at the Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoons City trailer!
The film’s release date is unknown. While the movie has already hit theaters, it’s unlikely that it will be available on digital platforms. It is expected to open in theatres on November 27 and November 28, 2021. However, it’s too early to predict its release date, but the film’s trailer gives us some idea of how it will do in theaters. There are still several weeks to go before the film hits the big screen.
While the movie isn’t available on VOD yet, it’s still expected to open in early November. The film’s release date was delayed despite being released earlier this year. A similar situation happened to the original Resident Evil: Return of the Syndicate. The sequel’s opening weekend was a bit sombering experience, but there are also a number of positives. The movie isn’t as bad as the first.
Sony Pictures couldn’t let the Resident Evil franchise die. The movie was a huge hit and starred Milla Jovovich and Paul W.S. Anderson. The movie grossed $1 billion at the worldwide box office. So it’s clear that the film isn’t going to die any time soon. And the film is set in the ’90s, and it stars a cast of legacy characters from the video games.