Resident Evil Announces Line of Themed Perfumes

In celebration of Resident Evil’s twenty fifth anniversary, Capcom unveils fragrances primarily based on Chris Redfield, Leon S. Kennedy and Jill Valentine.

Capcom introduced a line of perfumes primarily based on the protagonists of its long-running Resident Evil survival horror franchise.

Coinciding with the twenty fifth anniversary of Resident Evil, the road options fragrances impressed by Chris Redfield, Leon S. Kennedy and Jill Valentine, all fan-favorite heroes that seem all through the collection. Chris and Jill first appeared in the unique Resident Evil recreation, which was launched in 1996, whereas Leon debuted in 1998’s Resident Evil 2. 

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Capcom launched official descriptions of every fragrance, revealing that Chis’ perfume is a fougère with hints of cloves and black pepper, supposed to remind wearers of the heroism of the grizzled zombie-killing veteran. Leon’s perfume, in distinction, is a citrusy mix designed to create a refreshing, cool really feel. Finally, Jill’s perfume is described as a candy odor reminiscent of fruit and evocative of the character’s intelligence and sense of justice.

The Resident Evil perfumes are presently solely accessible on the Japanese Capcom retailer as a group of three 10ml bottles promoting for six,380 yen, or about $58 on the time of writing.

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The survival horror franchise is not the one collection that Capcom has become a perfume line. Ace Attorney, Devil May Cry, and Monster Hunter have all obtained related fragrance units. There is presently no indication that any of these perfumes and colognes will obtain worldwide releases.

Resident Evil turned 25 earlier this 12 months on March 22, celebrating the event with a brand new single-player title, Resident Evil Village. Resident Evil Re:Verse, a multiplayer spinoff, was initially supposed to debut this 12 months, however had its launch date pushed again to 2022 to obtain extra polish following a number of open-beta assessments that elicited a blended response from gamers.

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Source: Capcom

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