Our first look at Kit Harington's character in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is here thanks to a new story trailer for the game. The Game of Thrones actor, who plays Admiral Salen Kotch of the Settlement Defense Front, pops up a few times in the action-packed trailer, giving us a small taste of the story that's coming. Check it out below:
Also appearing briefly in the trailer is a cameo by UFC fighter Conor McGreggor, who also appears in the game as Captain Bradley Fillion of the Settlement Defense Front. Needless to say, both Harington and McGregor bring a bit of extra heft to a story that already looks pretty gritty and over-the-top.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare arrives on November 4 and is available for pre-order now.
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He still knows nothing!
Was that John Snow I saw?
What's the Pelican from Halo doing in this? Looks cool though.
Dude. This is literally the prequell to halo. Literally. And somehow dead space and the movie mars
We have no ideas anymore and a **** story. How can we possibly make people buy it anyway ? - get the two most famous people on earth at the moment in there, give ir a big bunch of halos background story ( which this literally is ) and a whole bunch of dead Space inspiered designes ! - that is genius :o - nah, treyarch did the same with black ops 3, but they just used actors that actually fit the sci fi - cia setting. And we cant just top battlestar galacticta and stargate actors .. - so basically were ruining two famous poeples Career? - sorta
Rubino is going to put Dan in a rear naked choke for misspelling Conor McGregor's name in this article
Looks pretty intense
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