Based on special characters and events seen to coexist at the same time, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City Ready to be a mix-and-match grab-bag resident EvilThe original two games. However, fans are getting to see some interesting things in the international trailer of the film.

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Two cinematic trailers have now debuted Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City. The domestic trailer focuses on sharing brief action sequences within the context of the film’s wider narrative, while the international trailer focuses on the film’s plot and features certain characters and their roles. Oddly, the international trailer features scenes that clash with the scenes shown in the domestic trailer, and there are completely new scenes as well.


Most notably, the way the domestic trailer has been edited makes it look like a lonely Claire Redfield, played by Kaya Scodelario, rides her motorcycle into Raccoon City, just as she arrives. resident evil 2. However, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon CityThe International Trailer begins with Claire making her way to Raccoon City with a semi-truck driver who happens to be a Doberman Pinscher, and who also appears to be the same driver who plays the iconic “Why Bite Me”. “Saves. ?” from the line resident evil 2.

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Interestingly, the driver’s yellow plaid shirt may identify him as Robert Kendo. If true, the character’s original role has been completely reworked to suit the film’s cohesive narrative, although this may simply be a coincidence. The International trailer shows Holly de Barros’ Sherry Birkin actually conversing with her father, William Birkin, played by Neil McDonough. This indicates that fans may see an established father-daughter relationship between the two prior to their mutation.

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Avan Jogia’s Leon S. Kennedy is seen conversing with Brian Irons, the head of Donal Log, who also appears with Claire and Leon in a shot of the grand lobby of the Raccoon City Police Department. Irons announces himself as his character on a police radio, and is further revealed by a scene in the campus parking lot where Irons faces off against a Doberman, who is seen licking zombie flesh from asphalt.


Based on giant eyeballs protruding from flesh tissue, one of the final shots of the International trailer reveals a terrifying interpretation of William Birkin’s mutation, which was not shown in the second trailer. The design is completely different from Birkin’s traditional mutation, while the iconic liqueur and common corpse are one-to-one in terms of how comparable they are for their appearance. resident evil 2.

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Both trailers show Claire enlisting the help of her brother Chris, played by Robbie Amell. Chris leads the Spencer Mansion while he visits the RCPD, shedding light on how the original games are mixed Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City.

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City Releasing on November 24.

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