Fans of Resident Evil (the video game series, not the live-action series that are very loosely based on said games) might be aware Resident Evil: Death Island will release pretty soon in theaters. In fact, Japanese audiences will see this CGI horror anime film on July 7, 2023. So what about those of us outside of Japan, or who don’t care for movie theaters? Well, you don’t have to worry about that. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has us covered there. Don’t believe me? Then why not watch the official trailer for the anime film for yourself below, and revel in the Resident Evil goodness?
Resident Evil: Death Island ~ Home Video Details
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is proud to announce that they will be releasing Resident Evil: Death Island by director Eiichiro Hasumi for home video via that official trailer on YouTube above. This CGI action horror anime film will release on DVD, digital, Blu-ray, and 4K Steelbook. All releases will come with a varied selection of bonus features for those diehard Resident Evil fans out there. You can check out a full list of those bonus features below:
- Genesis of Death Island
- Jill Valentine: The Return
- Motion Capture Set Tour
- Designing Death Island
- Voicing Death Island
- The Birth of Death Island
- Design Gallery
Resident Evil: Death Island will get that home video release on July 25, 2023. That’s 2 and a half weeks after its theatrical debut, which is pretty quick, mind you. Unfortunately, there’s no word on where you can preorder this anime film, so you’re likely going to have to wait for that date to get it. Tune back in to THS later to find out about any preorder opportunities if we hear about them.
That’s not all, folks. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment also has an official synopsis for Resident Evil: Death Island as a teaser for us today. You can check that out below:
In San Francisco, Jill Valentine is dealing with a zombie outbreak and a new T-Virus, Leon Kennedy is on the trail of a kidnapped DARPA scientist, and Claire Redfield is investigating a monstrous fish that is killing whales in the bay. Joined by Chris Redfield and Rebecca Chambers, they discover the trail of clues from their separate cases all converge on the same location, Alcatraz Island, where a new evil has taken residence and awaits their arrival.