Resident Evil Infinite Darkness Merchandise

Resident Evil Infinite Darkness Merchandise Includes Cocalero Collaboration

Capcom has revealed the first round of Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness merchandise. This includes a collaboration bottle produced by herb liqueur brand Cocalero. Other goods include hats and key cases, which will be available exclusively at amusement centers in Japan. [Thanks, Gamer!]

Recommended Videos

The hats will come in two varieties. First is an all-black flat brim with the Biohazard Infinite Darkness logo printed on the front. The second hat is khaki with the Mad Dogs insignia printed on the front, with the title printed on the side. The hats are planned to release at the start of August 2021 and will be available at game centers across Japan, as well as online crane services.

Additionally, four smart key cases will be available in four different color varieties. Each key case features unique embossing, such as the red “Alien Coffee” case and the blue “Desert Eagle” design. The key cases will also be available in Japanese game centers and online crane services starting mid-July 2021.

Finally, Cocalero, an herbal spirit that is wildly popular in Japan, is also planning a collaboration with Resident Evil Infinite Darkness. Intrepid Spirits, a Dublin-based liqueur company, will produce the limited edition Cocalero bottle with a special label. The label features a zombie version of their signature cocalero farmer. Intrepid Spirits is planning to sell the collaboration bottle starting July 2021 through its official Rakuten storefront and other physical retailers in Japan.

You can get a better look at the Resident Evil Infinite Darkness merchandise below:

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness will be available on Netflix starting July 8, 2021.

Siliconera is supported by our audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Learn more about our Affiliate Policy
Image of Andrew Kiya
Andrew Kiya
Andrew Kiya is a mixed Japanese staff writer, streamer, and activist. Born in Japan, and raised in both Japan and the United States, he is forever waiting for the next Ape Escape game.