'Game Of Thrones': HBO Unveils New Stills From 'Battle Of Winterfell', Teases Bloodshed Before The Release Of Episode 3

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The battle between the living and the dead, one of the most highly anticipated moments on 'Game of Thrones' is finally premiering in next weeks' episode.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

The battle between the living and the dead, one of the most highly anticipated moments on 'Game of Thrones' is finally premiering in next weeks' episode. Given the anticipation, the producers of the show are being extra secretive about the incoming scenes. HBO has recently unveiled a new set of photos, however, they don't give much away. Most of them show moments we've already seen in the teaser, such as a worried Jon Snow toting his sword and Ser Brienne in battle.

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Take a look! 

Meanwhile, the preview for the third episode of 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 was released after Monday's installment of 'A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms'. And although the video isn't even a minute long, the short video clips shows snippers of chaos from the upcoming episode to confirm that the Battle of Winterfell is sure to be a bloodbath. In a 42-second teaser, “The most heroic thing we can do now, looks the truth in the face,” says Sansa Stark while the viewer can see the armies of living and dead positioned outside Winterfell. 

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We can also hear Ser Brienne of Tarth screaming “Stand your ground!” to her troops and this is the last thing we hear before the teaser ends. 

Watch the teaser below: 

 

 

 

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