Resident Evil 2 cocktail in London uses real blood

You know a bar in London is going to serve Resident Evil 2 themed cocktails? Better yet for you vampires out there they will be made with real blood. I wish I was making this up.

The Safe House Experience and Bar will have an event on January 25th and 26th celebrating the game’s launch. It’s located at the Bargehouse South Bank in London.

“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,” Capcom warned.

“Playing on the idea of survival, we wanted to give fans a little glimpse into Resident Evil 2’s iconic universe and challenge them to test their survival instincts in the environment of the critically acclaimed survival horror game,” Capcom’s Laura Skelly, Senior PR Manager, said.

“We are looking forward to opening the doors of the Raccoon City Police Department… and seeing who will be among the lucky survivors to make it up to the Safe House unscathed and get to sample our real-blood antidote cocktail!”

If interested you can register here for the blood thirst. I’m glad I live in America where less weird things happen. Comment below on what you think of drinking bloody cocktails. Also, if you liked this article why not share it on social media.

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