'Game Of Thrones' releases 360-degrees video of new opening credits
Fantasy series returns to screens later this month (April)
HBO/Press Luke Morgan Britton, 14th April 2016 An interactive 360-degrees video has been released showing an expanded version of the Game Of Thrones opening credits. Scroll below to watch.
HBO's Game Of Thrones returns for its sixth season on April 24, with Sky Atlantic airing the episodes in the UK.
A new trailer for S6 was unveiled earlier this week, as well as three teaser clips.
Now fans can watch an interactive version of the show's opening credits, which has been posted to Facebook. Watch beneath.
Ahead of the S6 premiere a brief synopsis has been made available for the first episode. The synopsis reads: "Jon Snow is dead. Daenerys meets a strong man. Cersei sees her daughter again."
The episode is titled 'The Red Woman' and fans have speculated online that the "strong man" Emilia Clarke's Daenerys meets could well be Strong Belwas, a popular character from George R.R. Martin's novels who has yet to appear on screen.
'The Red Woman' is written by showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weisd, who recently promised that S6 is "the best yet" and contains the biggest battle scene to date.
With the show set to return to screens in the US and UK on April 24, fans are split between avoiding spoilers and actively trying to work out what the new episodes will bring. A number of spoilers have leaked ahead of S6, most recently when Ian McShane talked about the fate of his character after joining the cast for the new episodes.
McShane is not the only cast member to give away secrets this year. Sophie Turner revealed that her character Sansa Stark won't be killed off in the series while Emilia Clarke may have revealed the fate of character Jon Snow at a recent awards ceremony.