There's more Norman Reedus, more Norman Foetus, and those odd black figures from the game's debut trailer over a year ago. He awakens in a barren, mysterious land, rain-soaked and confused.
It only gets more ominous from there.
I'm not going to pretend to know what the hell happened in this whole trailer. After what appears to be a wreck of some sort, crushing one character underneath it, the trailer shows an invisible monster before a carcass completely evaporates, ostensibly because of the beast. There's plenty to dissect and think about, so we can't wait to see the theories that fans come up with concerning the latest video. The trailer closes with Norman Reedus' character stating, "Once there was an explosion, a bang that gave rise to life as we know it".
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It's. a lot. But what would you expect?
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It's not clear whether the setting is Earth though, or whether the attacking creatures are ghosts or aliens, but, well... it's best you watch for yourself. He was joined by Norman Reedus, who joked about finding the footage just as esoteric as the rest of us.