Welcome to the Safe House
Today just keeps on giving for fans of the Resident Evil franchise. To celebrate the hotly-anticipated game release of Resident Evil 2 on 25th January, Capcom has announced the opening of an immersive bar based on the series’ infamous Raccoon City Police Department (RPD). Following a storyline inspired by the iconic game, the Resident Evil 2: Safe House, opens for two days from the 25th to the 26th January 2019.
Guests will be encouraged to take shelter in the last safe area of Raccoon City and get their hands on the real-blood antidote to save them from the devastating T-virus sweeping the city, alongside settling their nerves with other classic Midwest American cocktails, beers, wines and rations.
Resident Evil 2: Safe House Experience & Bar – feeling brave enough to make your way through a derelict RPD following the Raccoon City outbreak of the devastating T-virus? Want to put your survival instincts to the test in a bid to reach the last remaining safe area? Visit the website to find out more and book your slot.
Resident Evil 2: Safe House Bar – each day there will be a selection of walk-in spaces available for the Resident Evil™ 2: Safe House Bar only. Visit the website to find out more.
Resident Evil 2: Gaming Stations –keen to get your hands on the latest demo of the Resident Evil 2 game? There will be a selection of Resident Evil 2 gaming stations situated on the ground-floor of RPD, available on a walk-in, first come first served basis only.
|EVENT:||Resident Evil 2: Safe House Bar & Experience|
|DATE:||Friday 25th and Saturday 26th January|
|AGE:||This event is strictly 18+|
|LOCATION:||The BargeHouse, Barge House Street, South Bank, SE1 9PH (Back entrance Bargehouse Road)|
|TIMINGS:||12:00 pm – 11 pm across both days|
Guests will journey through the RPD to the Safe House, where they will sample a real-blood antidote, and enjoy Mid-Western cocktails and branded Raccoon City Beers; plus a few surprises. If I was a betting man I’d imagine there are going to be a few scares at this particular event. If you’ve ever been to one of these immersive experience events you’ll know they really go all out.
What’s funny about this type of event is if there are “zombies” involved you know they’re not real but there’s always something at the back of your mind that says – “what if they are?”
That’s always been the case for me so this sounds like a hell of a night out. Be sure and stay tuned to GamEir for more Resident Evil 2 Remake news.