Netflix’s animated ‘Tekken: Bloodline’ series will arrive on August 18th

Netflix has released a full trailer for its upcoming animated adaptation of TekkenBandai Namco’s famous fighting game franchise, and with it the show’s premiere date. Tekken: bloodline will be released on the streaming service on August 18 and will be available in multiple languages, including English and Japanese. The show focuses on Jin Kazama and takes place between the events of Tekken 2which stars his mother, Jun Kazama, as one of the contestants in The King of Iron Fist tournament, and Tekken 3. Jin made his debut in the third entry of the franchise, released in 1996 after losing his mother and home to Ogre, one of the franchise’s antagonists.

In the series, Jin trained under his grandfather, Heihachi Mishima, the tournament’s founder, in his quest for revenge. You will hear Heihachi tell Jin to ditch and “stoken” the pacifist Kazama ways. [his] Mishima fire.” Yes, Heihachi sounds downright vicious because he’s the main antagonist of the franchise. The trailer also features faces that would be familiar to longtime fans, as characters from the games also make an appearance on the show. They include Hwoarang, Julia Chang, Nina Williams, Paul Phoenix, Ling Xiaoyu, and Heihachi’s son, Kazuya Mishima.

You can check out the show’s official trailer below:

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