Tekken anime announced: 2022 still fly on Netflix the fists

Since Tekken 3 Jin Kazama is an integral part of the beat’em up series. With Tekken: Bloodline he gets 2022 spending an anime that picks up his story and thus the plot of Part 3. This suggests at least the first teaser trailer with which the series was announced.

Tekken anime turns around Jin

What’s in the series? Jin learns the traditional fight style of the Kazama family at a young age. But that’s not enough to save them as Ogre appears and destroying his life. From now on, he makes a revenge, which leads him to his grandfather Hehachi Mishima and finally the The King of Iron Fist Tournament.

The teaser trailer pulls topics that we already know of Tekken 3. How exactly the story of Tekken 3 is redeturned, can not be said so far. It is safe but that next to Jin, Jun (Jins Mother), Heihachi and Ogre, many other well-known fighters get to see the tekken games. Among other things, Leroy, Paul, Kazuya and King are included.

But see yourself:

Tekken: Bloodline | Official Teaser | Netflix
The last big tekken game was Tekken 7, which appeared in 2017 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Apart from a mobile offshoot, it is quite quiet about the fighting series.

Netflix increasingly focuses on anime and games adaptations

The announcement of Tekken: Bloodline is not too much surprise when looking at the development of Netflix in recent months. The streaming service attempts more players with films and series to games – including many anime – to win for themselves. So with The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf already appeared an anime movie that turns around Vesemir. Resident Evil fans also got the mini-series Infinite Darkness to see. Freshly, the series adaptation to the Bockschweren Indie-Hit Cuphead, while a movie to Bioshock is still in progress.

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