Jun Kazama was not playable after what appeared to be her “death” in Tekken 2 until the non-canonical sequel Tekken Tag Tournament 2, where she played the final Boss. For the first time in Tekken’s history, Jun will finally return in canonical game and she still looks great for her age. Jin Kazama sees Jun as the embodiment of everything that is Good in him. You can see their close relationship in the Netflix Anime,Tekken: Bloodline
Tekken 8 is coming to PlayStation 5. This game has been in development for years, and we finally get a sneak peek. Unlike Tekken 7, I just remastered the models of returning legacy characters. Kazuya Mishima and his son Jin Kazama got from scratch. No more copy-pasted models from previous games. Legacy characters will be using new models. Jin is noticeably swole than the last game. The first trailer didn’t reveal any information about the roster, but it confirms the Father and son whose favorite bonding time is killing each other.
Tekken: Bloodline is the rise of Jin Kazama before the Events of Tekken 3. There have been previous attempts to animate Tekken, but most of them are one-shot films that are not canon. This trailer shows a not-yet-muscular Jin Kazama being coached to fight by his Mother, Jun Kazama, and she trains him because he is being bullied. Through his intensive training from his mother, he gets to defeat the Bullies, but the skills he learned from his mom are not enough to defend her from Ogre, an Ancient Mayan God.