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New Call of Duty trailer shows Jon Snow as you’ve never seen him before

Game of Thrones fans who wish not to envision Kit Harington as anything but the righteous fight-for-what’s-right hero Jon Snow should look away now.

Because the new Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare story trailer gives us a proper look at Harrington playing total rotter Admiral Salen Kotch.

While we’ve seen plenty of mo-cap pictures and screenshots, today’s trailer offers our first in-game look at Kotch, who is the leader of the antagonist Settlement Defense Front.

 “This place… isn’t yours anymore” says the scar-faced Kotch as he looks into the eyes of a fallen foe.

Related: When does the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta start?

The trailer also features a cameo from Irish UFC World Champion Conor McGregor, who will play Captain Bradley Fillion in the game.

Call of Duty: Infinite War is out on November 4 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

It’s almost “time to raise the black flag and start cutting throats,” as the action packed trailer exclaims.

Check it out below

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