Tekken: Bloodline New Trailer and Release Date

The Netflix full anime series premiere of Tekken is expected to happen later this summer, and Tekken: Bloodline has now confirmed its release date with the platform with a brand-new video. One brief attempt at anime has been made by Tekken in the past, although it is insignificant in light of the numerous other media chances it has received, such as a complete live-action feature film production. But as it prepares for a completely new take on the iconic fighting game video game brand with Netflix later this August, the franchise will soon be getting its fair chance with the anime community. But up until this point, viewers had no idea what to expect from this new series.

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There haven't been many specifics or even glimpses of this new Tekken anime adaptation in motion since it was first rumored to be in the works earlier this Spring. But now that Tekken: Bloodline is set to debut on Netflix on August 18, everything has changed. The newest and first complete teaser for the upcoming Tekken: Bloodline series reveals the visual overhaul for the franchise's beloved characters, yet it is still unclear what fans may anticipate from this new series. You can see for yourself how it seems by watching the Tekken: Bloodline trailer below:


Tekken: Bloodline, which will be available on Netflix worldwide on August 18, is officially teased as follows: "'Power is everything.' Jin Kazama learned the family self-defense arts, Kazama-Style Traditional Martial Arts, from his mother at a young age, but he was helpless when a monstrous evil suddenly appeared, destroying everything important to him and altering his life forever.

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Kazama is positioned in the foreground, above the ring, in the key art for the animated series that Netflix unveiled alongside the teaser.


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Along with a host of other well-known fighters, he will be joined by numerous well-known characters from the Tekken series, including Heihachi Mishima, Kazuya Mishima, Leroy Smith, King, Jun Kazama, Paul Phoenix, and Ogre.

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Katsuhiro Harada, the series' creator, provided some additional information about what viewers can anticipate from the upcoming season, saying that scenes based on a previously only written-in-text story will allow both longtime viewers and newcomers to learn more about "Jun Kazama's story, who is Jin Kazama's Mother, and what it was like for the two of them living in Yakushima."

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But this isn't the first time Tekken has experimented with different forms of entertainment. A live-action Tekken movie was launched in 2009, after which an anime Tekken movie was produced in 1998. In 2011, the CGI Tekken: Blood Vengeance movie was released. The ever-expanding fighting brand now includes Tekken: Bloodline, the newest entry in a long line of video game adaptations.
 

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