Okay, the Resident Evil series has been spanning from 1998-present day, and still mostly using the same characters in nearly all, if not all (I haven't played all of them, so don't hate on me if my facts are inaccurate) for the main six games so far (RE0-Revelations, not including spinoffs) and the movies like Degeneration. Now I understand the Resident Evil fanbase has become attached to these characters (I'm pretty sure everyone loves Jill, Claire, Chris, Leon, etc) and Capcom wants to keep using them, but does anyone think it's getting a little old using the same main characters for almost EVERY conflict? I know it's the RPD's/S.T.A.R.S.(disbanded)/BSAA's/all the other anti-bioterrorism group's goal to combat bioterrorism and whatnot, but don't any of you think that using the same people to combat it every time is being exhausted?
I understand they're all experienced from past confrontations, Chris needed to fight Wesker, etc, but still, do no other important potential protagonists exist outside of said groups or something? Is nobody else good at killing zombies or defending themselves? No other groups of investigators or other organizations, hell, even civilians or anything? I'm not hating on the original characters, not by a long shot, but doesn't anyone else think they need to take a break and the series needs a handful of new protagonists? This is merely my opinion, don't bash me for it. I'm just wondering, and I'm sorry if this question has come up before, I'm new here.