Every time HBO was asked when Game of Thrones” will Season 7 will return, the premium cable will only say that it will be in “summer.” Now, the most awaited moment fans have been waiting for finally come when the satellite television network finally revealed the show’s official release date.

The television series based on George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” will be finally seen on July 16. And fans of the epic fantasy had a hard time just to know when the show will air.

Facebook Live event

Fans have to wait a little longer to finally see “Game of Thrones” Season 7 on the small screens.

And it looks like their patience is even tested by the show’s Facebook Live event. Here, its followers have to wait for the huge block of ice to melt.

When the frosted giant rock is already thawed, it will finally reveal the show’s official air date. The awaiting fans have to type the word “fire” into the comment box to burn it faster with the help of a flamethrower.

However, the live stream goes down without even giving a glimpse of the show’s return. It then later returns with two different flamethrowers only to end for another time. It once again comes back but it seems the Facebook users are already annoyed.

Official trailer

Hence, HBO unveiled an official teaser of “Game of Thrones” Season 7 that tells the show’s air date at the end of it.

Unfortunately, there are no new scenes to be seen but there are new spiels to be heard.

The clip started with the seven kingdoms’ sigils while the voices of the show’s major characters, like Sansa (Sophie Turner), Arya (Maisie Williams), Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) and much more, can be heard. It features a flashback of the series’ major lines from the past six seasons, from Joffrey’s (Jack Gleeson) strong command to (Cersei’s (Lena Headey) proclamation.

But, the most distinct voice and intriguing line of them all can be heard from Jon Snow (Kit Harington). The King of the North hinted a coming of an epic battle in the show’s seventh season. “There is only war that matters: the Great War and it is here,” he said.

From the previous 70 minutes waiting game to know the show's official release date, fans still have to wait for four months to finally watch the show. Meanwhile, take a look at the intriguing trailer below.