The new animated film of the Resident Evil franchise called Resident Evil: Death Island, has generated a lot of expectation among fans and at the same time, several doubts since in the CGI tape, we will see Jill and Leon together for the first time, being the reunion of the characters since Resident Evil: Revelations (2012) and between Jill and Rebecca from the first Resident Evil.
Doubts that point to the reason why Jill looks so young despite the fact that they should be around 40 years old, as many fans were able to realize in the first trailer, launching various hypotheses for the reason on social networks. But thanks to Resident Evil saga expert Alex Aniel, we now know that Jill looks young in the film as she was subjected to a T-Virus infection, halting her aging.
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As indicated in his account Twitterwhere he gives a translation of the summary of Jill’s file in Resident Evil: Death Island, when Jill was captured by an enemy during the incident at Spencer’s residence, “she was subjected to a T-virus infection and mind control, which forced her to assist in the act of bioterrorism.”
“Even after Jill was rescued by Chris, the viral side effects persisted, affecting her body’s cell division, and while this suppressed her aging, she also had to deal with mental side effects.”
Resident Evil: Death Island will tell events that take place after Resident Evil: Vendetta and will be released in mid-2023 in Japan, with no confirmed date for other regions.
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