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Tekken: Bloodline Season 2: Confirmed? Will Ogre Return With Some New Characters?

Tekken: Bloodline Season 2: The anime market has grown rapidly in the last decade. And as a result, various anime series have performed extremely well. Tekken: Bloodline is one of those anime that is known for its action and fight sequences. And the martial arts added more glory to it. The anime series was released in 2022 and gained mixed reviews from critics and fans. The six-episodes-long pilot season seemed too short for anime watchers. Therefore, as soon as they finished watching it, fans were clamoring for more. So, if you are also the one searching for Tekken: Bloodline Season 2, then you are at the right place.

Tekken: Bloodline is an action fantasy anime series, an adaptation of the 1997 video game series of the same name. Initially, it was developed as a coming-of-age series, but later on, the director, Yoshikazu Miyao, emphasized the devastating past of Jin. The story took place in the middle of two timelines, viz. Tekken 2 and Tekken 3. It introduced Jin Kazama, who lived with his mother and belonged to the island community. His mom, Jun, taught him fighting techniques and some martial arts. But later, the lead character got into an argument with some intimidators that changed everything.

What Is The Current Status Of Tekken: Bloodline Season 2?

The first season of Tekken: Bloodline aired on Netflix on August 18, 2022. It has almost been a year since we last saw Jin Kazama fighting the enemies. As far as Tekken: Bloodline Season 2 is concerned, Tekken: Bloodline has not been renewed yet. It is yet to be announced whether Netflix officials will restore or cancel the anime series. Well, the streaming giant is known to be home to various game-adapted series. Be it Castlevania or Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, the streaming platform stands exceptionally when it comes to such anime or animated shows. Therefore, Tekken: Bloodline might also return to the screen sometime in the future. But the performance of the anime is equally valuable when considering a sophomore season.


Initially, the trailer received an overwhelming response from the audience. The writer was especially delighted when the critics praised the narrative. So, the anime bagged positive reviews and did not disappoint the viewers. Apart from the ratings, Tekken: Bloodline has been watched by a large number of the population, and it was not restricted to Japanese subscribers only. Within a few days of its debut, the anime also topped Netflix’s Top 10’s chart. Hence, the chances for Tekken: Bloodline Season 2 to arrive in the future are high.

What Will Happen Next In Tekken: Bloodline Season 2?

After moving out of the island, Jun began preparing her son, Jin and taught him primary education in the first season. Apart from schooling, Jun used to teach him fighting styles and trained him accordingly. But Jin was shot-tempered, which created problems for his mother. So his mother guided him to control his anger. She wished that he could use his power smartly and for good deeds. One day, after Jun got engaged with the bullies, a demon called Ogre approached him. Jun was concerned about his life and ordered him to stay inside the house. But the situation turned dire, so she told him to find his grandfather, who could help them to fight the demon. Before looking for his grandfather, he tried to help his mother, but Ogre’s power was so strong that Jun was ultimately killed. After then, he went on to find Heihachi.

Tekken Bloodline, Netflix

After meeting him, Heihachi was disappointed to discover Jin as weak and incompetent. But he said that Jun asked him to look for him so that the monster could be killed. Therefore, he narrated the entire story to Heihachi. The latter then promised to teach him everything that would require to eliminate Ogre, but before that, Jin would have to prove everything Heihachi asked for. Furthermore, with constant training and hard work, Jin became a strong fighter and adopted a sharp sense of combating skills. Lastly, fueled by his anger, Jin defeated Ogre, but shockingly, the monster awakened and transformed itself into a ‘True Ogre.’ As the battle continued, with the help of his grandfather, he finally killed the demon.

Will Ogre Return?

Well, Jin had already killed Ogre, so the chances of his return are little to none. Nevertheless, there are four games still available in the game series that are capable of providing ample stories for future seasons and spin-offs. Hence, there won’t be any shortage of plot material. So perhaps Jin will embark on a new journey and fight new demons. But the first season did not leave any major cliffhanger that could form the base of potential Tekken: Bloodline Season 2. So the second season plotline is open to speculation.

Cast Detail!

Tekken Bloodline, Netflix

The lead character, Jin Kazama, was voiced by Isshin Chiba, while it was none other than Kaiji Tang who signed the dotted lines for the English dub. Mamiko Noto was assigned to voice the character of Jun Kazama alongside Vivian Lu, the English dubbing actor. Next on the list was Taiten Kusunoki. He was in the cast as Heihachi Mishima. Apart from these main voice cast members, Masanori Shinohara and Toshiyuki Morikawa lent their voices to Kazuya Mishima and Hwoarang, respectively.

Season 2 Characters!

The Tekken manga is already known for bringing storms to the internet. While fans have always gone gaga over the string characters, only a few are transferred into the anime adaptation. Tekken: Bloodline is a face-to-face battle between Jin and the devil Ogre. The story already has numerous captivating elements, one of them being the characters. As fans are looking forward to the sequel of Tekken: Bloodline, here are some characters that fans believe have the potential to return in the second season.

Asuka Kazama
Asuka Kazama

Although the makers haven’t greenlit the arrival of Asuka in the town, the new schoolgirl is likely to help Jin control the Devil Gene. Her character is said to be the third practitioner the Kazama-style martial arts. Being Jin’s maternal cousin, Asuka has the possibility to join the anime in the second season. The fact becomes more significant as the makers introduce her sworn enemy, Feng Wei, in the pilot chapter. In case she returns, Asuka will definitely get revenge on the Kenpo specialist.

Armor King

The first season gave significant screen space to King and Madruk. This somewhere makes the possibility of Armor King joining Tekken: Bloodline season 2 more positive. The character is likely to be the next wrestler. He is known to have a distinct wrestling style that he might use against King in the upcoming tournaments. Armor King Mike takes a mysterious wild card entry in a Jaguar mask.

Lee Cholan

In the second episode of the debut installment, Tekken: Bloodline mentioned a missing person. It was none other than Lee Cholan, who had a complex relationship with Mishima Clan. The former led a solitary life until Heihachi adopted him. Lee is the founder of Violet Systems, a company that focuses on creating a utopian world full of robot butlers. At present, there are two factors that push Lee to appear in the second chapter. Firstly, he can enter the tournament, and secondly, Lee might take over Mishima Zaibatsu.

Lucky Chloe
Lucky Chloe

Going by the episodes, Kazuya is expected to do something unexpected yet big in Tekken: Bloodline Season 2. There are chances for him to introduce his biotech firm, G Corporation. The company will challenge Mishima and also revive Kazuya following his defeat by Heihachi. If the makers infuse such factors in the follow-up, G Corporation is likely to have its own model, Lucky Chloe. She is actually included as a fighter in Tekken 7. Well, more details about her arrival are not known yet. This could probably increase the effectiveness of her part in the anime.

Bryan Fury

The policeman turns into a super weapon. This is how we can literally introduce you to Bryan Fury. The former cop has turned himself into a harmful character and is the go-to agent of chaos. Despite the absence of any direct connection to the Mishima conflict, Bryan could be the result of one of the experiments of Dr. Bosconovitch. Since he has always beaten people up, Fury will add the action element to Tekken: Bloodline season 2 if it appears.

Tekken: Bloodline Season 2: Release Date

The release date for the second season has not been revealed as it is yet to confirm. However, if it gets restored by 2023, Tekken: Bloodline Season 2 might drop somewhere around late 2024. Moreover, the official team is likely to take time to announce a new season. Netflix might be closely observing the analytics and other aspects. If any update drops in, we will update the sections as soon as possible. For more interesting content, keep coming back to TECH RADAR 247.

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