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|“||"Have a nice life. What's left of it!...".||„|
|~ Monica to Yoko Suzuki.|
Monica Stevens is the main antagonist of Resident Evil Outbreak. She was a callous high-ranking Umbrella researcher who planned to steal a sample of a G-Larva to sell to the highest bidder.
She is voiced by Shannon McLean.
In late 1998, as the T-Virus spread through the streets and below ground of Raccoon City, Monica attempted to steal a G-larva. In order to do so, she kills a fellow researcher to procure the larva, being also a ruthless mercenary.
While trying to escape, the train was not function. Losing hope of abandoning the train, she encounters one of her former colleagues, Yoko Suzuki, who had amnesia. Monica taunts and gunpoint at Yoko before stealing her Umbrella ID card and leaves her to find another way out of the city.
Being able to use Yoko's ID card to find another escape route in the facility, Monica tries to use the lab's disguised train yard turntable to escape through the exit. With her efforts failing, she is attacked by one of the creatures that were roaming around the lab.
While Yoko and the two other survivors who were about to use the lift to exit the facility, they are confronted by Monica, who has become the host of the G-Larva that she was attempted to steal and escape with. Later, Monica falls to the floor unconscious with Yoko, despite her betrayal, pitied her, saying "Why did this have to happen?" As they managed to lift the exit, a larva burst out of Monica's chest, killing her in the process and attacks Yoko and the survivors.
She was a brunette haired woman, whose outfit bearing a Linda Baldwin who without like her hairstyles such doubt at the time of her death.