Resident Evil Infinite Darkness Ending Explained & Breakdown
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is now available to binge on Netflix, with the four-episode series fitting neatly into the video games' established continuity.
As with the previous CG animated movies (including Degradation, Damnation and Vendetta), the events of Infinite Darkness are all part of the official Resident Evil canon. This means that the version of Leon S. Kennedy you see in the show is meant to be the same one who rescued the president's daughter in Resident Evil 4, and who will later go on to star in Resident Evil 6.
In terms of the overall timeline, Newsweek has already published a piece explaining precisely where Infinite Darkness fits in the grand scheme of things. There are over 25 years' worth of games, mobile spin-offs, comic books and novelisations to sift through, so it is all a little complicated.
However, the basic gist is that the Netflix show is sandwiched somewhere between the events of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, acting as a kind of prequel to the latter. As such, anyone who hasn't played the fifth mainline game, or has forgotten about most of it, may come out of Infinite Darkness slightly confused by its ending.
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