Resident Evil Escape Experience Opens in Los Angeles for Limited Time

To celebrate Resident Evil’s 20th anniversary, Capcom has designed a pop-up escape room themed to the video game in Los Angeles. Resident Evil Escape Experience opens in Los Angeles for a limited three-week run starting Thursday, October 20. The game promises to have references and nods to every game in the Resident Evil series, including the upcoming Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.

Resident Evil Escape Experience

In addition, Resident Evil Escape Experience actually takes place in an art gallery. While visiting, you can purchase unique Resident Evil art commissioned specifically for this event. Prices for the Resident Evil Escape Experience are $35 per person and you can purchase tickets by visiting this link. I will not be in Los Angeles during this run, but if you’re a Theme Park University reader and get a chance to write about your experience, I would love to hear about your experience!

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