The second teaser trailer that Netflix presents us for its new version of Resident Evil shows us what is likely to be the cause of the outbreak in this timeline: not the contamination after accidentally breaking a test tube containing a sample of the T virus, but, we can imagine, a reckless administration of an experimental antidepressant called Joy.

Building on the success of one of the best-loved and best-selling survival horror video games of all time, the Resident Evil series (from July 14 on Netflix) tells a new story across two different timelines.
In the first, fourteen-year-old sisters Jade and Billie Wesker move to New Raccoon City, a city of industries and offices that they have to get used to despite themselves in their mid-teens. The more time passes, the more they realize that the city is not what it seems and that their father is hiding dark secrets. Secrets that can destroy the world.
In the second, we are catapulted into the future, some ten years later. There are now less than fifteen million people and more than six billion monsters on Earth: humans and animals infected with the virus T. A 30-year-old Jade tries to survive in this new world, tormented by the secrets of the past about her. sister, her father and herself.

Source: Lega Nerd

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