Resident Evil: Vendetta
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Resident Evil: Vendetta ( Baiohazādo Vendetta in Japan) is the upcoming 2017 Japanese CG film based on the Resident Evil series of video games. The story is set in between the events of Resident Evil 6 and Resident Evil 7. BSAA Chris Redfield enlists the help of American government agent Leon S. Kennedy and Professor Rebecca Chambers to try to stop Glenn Arias, a death merchant who is on a mission of vengeance from spreading a new deadly virus known as the "A-Virus" in New York City .
The following weapons were used in the film Resident Evil: Vendetta:
SIG-Sauer P226 E2 "Sentinel Nine"
Leon's main weapon is a custom SIG-Sauer P226 E2 made especially for DSO Members. This was actually designed and meant to be Leon's main gun in Resident Evil 6 but for unknown reasons, it was dropped.
Chris Redfield carries a Beretta 93R as his sidearm. This may be a nod to the live-action films, where Chris uses a 93R as his sidearm. Glen Arias also uses it to shoot Chris in the back during their first fight.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
Leon carries a Desert Eagle Mark XIX in his back and used it during the final battle sequence. Its 7 shots a mag denotes it as .50 AE caliber.
Glenn Arias carries a Glock 18C as his sidearm.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
Arias' troops all use MP5Ks.
Mexican special forces operators are seen carrying the FX-05 Xiuhcoatl short carbine variant during the joint operation with BSAA Agent Chris in Querétaro, Mexico.
Chris Redfield and members of the BSAA uses M4A1 with ACOGs attached. When Chris assaulted Arias's hideout, he attached an M203 to it AND a bayonet, then used it in the final fight. During their first fight, Glen Arias unloads, clears, and then disarms Chris of his M4, before using it as a club.
Dillon Aero M134 Minigun
A BSAA V-22 Osprey comes equipped with a minigun turret. A Eurocopter EC225 belonging to the Mexican military also has one, though it is harder to make out.
Diego Gomez uses an oversized fictional Hand Held M134 Minigun similar to the General Dynamics GAU-17/A.
In a stunning display of incompetence, the BSAA fire a railgun at a BOW, grazing its shoulder and flattening several skyscrapers. The weapon is most likely an homage to Code Veronica's Linear Launcher and its design is reminiscent of Grand Theft Auto V's railgun.
M203 grenade launcher
Chris equips his M4 with multiple attachments in the final showdown, including an M203.
M67 hand grenade
Leon uses M67s several times in the movie.
"MZ-1" incendiary grenade
Chris uses an incendiary grenade based on the AN/M14 against Diego.