The opening credits sequence of Game of Thrones is as iconic as the show itself, instantly recognisable even if you are unfamiliar with the ongoings of Westeros.
For the first seven seasons of the show, the sequence acted as a map for viewers, taking them to where the characters would be that week, from Winterfell to King’s Landing.
However, HBO have completely rebuilt the opening credits sequence for the final season of the show which returned to our screens early this morning (April 15).
Although the sequence features the usual clockwork models, the camera takes us deeper into the locations which will heavily feature in the eighth season.
This includes the Last Hearth, Winterfell and King’s Landing.
The imagery on the rotating golden bands has also changed, referring to recent events instead of the usual historic moments.
You can watch the new opening credits sequence here:
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