Posted on Monday, March 24th, 2014 by Angie Han
With less than two weeks to go until the premiere, HBO has released two more Game of Thrones Season 4 trailers for your enjoyment. What they lack in length — they run about 30 seconds each — they more than make up for in action, excitement, and hints aplenty about the twists to come. Watch them both after the jump.
The newest Game of Thrones Season 4 trailers, which debuted on YouTube, consist mostly of familiar footage. The first one is a bit heavier on the action, while the second emphasizes the gnawing sense of dread closing in on the characters.
Here’s the promo titled “Awaken”:
And here’s “All Men”:
The HBO team has done a great job of showing off exciting bits without giving away too much. There’s plenty of drama here to salivate over, but not so much that all the major developments are telegraphed in advance. Although book readers will certainly smile at some of the references to upcoming plot arcs.
Game of Thrones kicks off its fourth season with the episode titled “Two Swords” on Sunday, April 6.
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