Chris Redfield y Albert Wesker, el padre de Jake Muller, comparten una historia que se remota a cuando ambos eran compañeros de equipo en los S.T.A.R.S. y se encontraron con las primeras B.O.W.s. conocidas en el incidente de la mansión de 1998. Más tarde, se descubrió que el accidente había sido orquestado por Albert, que trabajaba para Umbrella. Al final, Chris perdió a muchos amigos y compañeros por su culpa.
Chris emprendió entonces un viaje para detener a Umbrella y evitar que el uso de B.O.W.s. se extendiera. Durante sus operaciones, se cruzó con Albert en varias ocasiones. En 2009, Chris se encontraba en África para detener el plan de Albert: asesinar la mayor parte de la población mundial. Durante la batalla, Albert mutó y se convirtió en B.O.W., pero Chris y su compañera Sheva Alomar lograron derrotarle y acabar con él de una vez por todas. Por suerte, los planes genocidas de Albert nunca llegaron a contemplarse.
Chris Redfield and Albert Wesker, Jake Muller's father, have a history that goes back to when the two were on the same S.T.A.R.S. team and encountered the world's first known B.O.W.s during the Mansion Incident in 1998.
It turned out later that this "accident" was engineered by Albert, who was working for Umbrella. As a result, Chris lost many good friends and colleagues. Chris set out to stop Umbrella and prevent the spread of B.O.W.s, which led him into conflict with Albert on numerous occasions.
In 2009, Chris found himself in Africa as he attempted to stop Albert from murdering a majority of the planet's population. During their battle, Albert mutated himself into a B.O.W., but he was killed thanks to Chris and his partner, Sheva Alomar. Thankfully, Albert's plans of global genocide were never realized.
Chris' speaks of his feelings during this time below.
Taking care of Wesker was definitely a big turning-point. I realized what I had been fighting for. But then again, at the same time, defeating a monster like him really made me feel like I had accomplished all I had set out to do.
I have no intention of giving up the fight. But I can't do it alone. There may come a time when someone like Wesker comes around again, and a younger generation will need to carry the torch. So, I'm going to go back to working in a team and teach the younger generation what they need to know. The BSAA will need them.