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.
Tekken: Bloodline Official Trailer
The peaceful life of the Kazamas will shake when Ogre attacks them. Jun Sacrificed herself by fighting the demon, and she told her son to escape and find his grandfather, Heihachi Mishima. What happened to Jun is still unknown, but the intro of Tekken 3 started rumors that Ogre decapitated Jun’s head. The opening of Tekken 3 has a scene of Ogre holding a severed head. The Tekken creator, Harada, debunked this theory, so the head Ogre holds is still unknown.
Jin feels Weak because he cannot protect his mother have no choice but to live with Heihachi Mishima, His Grandfather. He will agree to be trained by him, but he must work with his Zaibatsu and compete at Tekken: The King of Ironfist tournament. Other Tekken characters who made an appearance in the Trailer are Paul Phoenix, Leeroy Smith, and Ganryu. Tekken 3 was considered the Golden age of the series. So seeing its story being told through a sequel will be a great experience even to people who never played the games. Jin Kazama is an Antihero, so that he won’t be your typical pure-hearted Shonen boy.
Tekken has been adapted into Animation before. First, is the Tekken Anime titled Tekken the Motion Picture set in Tekken 1 and 2? There is also the CGI Animated film Tekken Blood Vengeance that focused on the trio of Xiaoyu, Alyssa, and Panda.