'Resident Evil 6' Gamescom video follows Leon's bad day

Resident Evil 6 received a new video from today confirming our suspicions that the subway is a terrible place to hide during the zombie apocalypse.

Resident Evil 6, Capcom's upcoming survival horror game, received a new gameplay video from Gamescom today confirming that the subway is a terrible place to hide during the zombie apocalypse.

In the video, Leon Kennedy, one of the main campaign's three playable characters (not including the post-game bonus campaign), battles his way through a subway tunnel with a pistol at his side, a lightbulb that appears to be pasted onto his forehead, and a female companion.

"Not my lucky day," he says when the zombies inevitably arrive, as if he's been burdened with an overabundance of luck that we're unaware of.

Resident Evil 6, which is set for release October 2nd on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, received another gameplay trailer at Gamescom yesterday featuring another playable character, Jake, and his female companion struggling to escape a snow-covered mountain.

You can watch Leon's video, which includes a weapon-wielding zombie, below.

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