'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Latest News & Updates: Teaser Released [VIDEO]

Nov 30, 2016 11:05 AM EST | By Kevin Panganiban

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Although only lasted for a very brief moment, it looks like winter really is coming as "Game of Thrones" Season 7's first trailer has finally arrived. It appeared in a new HBO trailer that shows the network's upcoming shows and gave its audience a glimpse of what to expect.

In the "Game of Thrones" season 7 trailer, viewers can see both Arya and Sansa Stark as well as Jon Snow, who was later revealed in the last season as their cousin, who all look like spending some time at different locations in the Northern part of Westboro. While the shots of Jon appears to be inside the walls of Winterfell and Sansa in what appears to be the gods wood in the forest of Winterfell, Arya can be seen on horseback, which traveling some place away from Braavos, Independent reports.

Perhaps, one of the most telling signs about the "Game of Thrones" trailer is that they are all Starks. We may definitely be seeing more of these siblings and their quest to rebuild the name of their House. But we're still missing one of the Starks' siblings. Where is Bran?

He was last seen in the forest harnessing his newly discovered Warg ability. His abilities are able to let him see both the past and may possibly be the future as well. Bran may even be battling his own enemies as he may be the key to defeating the white walkers.

It definitely looks like we're barely even scratching the surface but the latest "Game of Thrones" trailer was very much successful in leaving everyone wanting more. This isn't the first time that HBO released snippets of the upcoming trailer. So it'll come as no surprise of they decide to release more scenes from the upcoming season, Time reported. The next season of Game of Thrones will start in the middle of 2017.

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