Remake of Resident Evil 4: A mini-series of anime is getting ready for release

Remake of Resident Evil 4: A mini-series of anime is getting ready for release ...

Jasmin Beverungen | 03/20/2023 – 1:13 p.m.

The first episode of the Leon and the Mysterious Village anime series, which will be released soon after the Resident Evil 4 remake, is both cute and disturbing.

Capcom is once again beating the advertising drum with a small anime series based on the launch of "Resident Evil 4 Remake." The mini-series is called "Leon and the Mysterious Village" and recreates the events of "Resident Evil 4 Remake."

The first episode of "Resident Evil 4 Remake" has now been available on YouTube. The drawing style might seem familiar to others, as Nippon Animation is responsible for series such as "Heidi", "Maya the Bee," or "Wickie and the Strong Men."

The Resident Evil 4 remake is becoming a anime series.

Leon and Ashley, two main characters standing next to a harmless wolf, are interrupted by terrifying monsters in the intro.

Leon arrives in the village with a pistol at his disposal in the first episode, which means "The Search for Ashley." He calmly asks the residents about Ashley Graham, but replies with unintelligent grumbling.

Leon receives a devastating ax blow at the end of the video, and he levitates down a rainbow with infected wolves. The ax is still in his head. It remains to be seen how many episodes he will follow as well as what incidents he will reveal.

Other information on the 'Resident Evil 4 Remake':

Resident Evil 4 Remake will be available on PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S on March 24, 2023. There is already a demo where you can try the game.

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