Never fear Thronees, the real 'Game of Thrones' trailer will arrive at some point before the final season launches in April.

But with 'Game of Thrones' being such a monumental entity, does it even need a trailer at this point? That was the debate showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss have been having about the upcoming season eight.

Benioff told Entertainment Weekly "[David Lynch] was saying he wished there were no trailers. And it’s true, you could just go into a movie and see something completely fresh."

Weiss was in agreement, saying "I wish there were no trailers. I just want somebody to say, ‘Trust me, go see this.'"

Interviewer James Hibberd mentioned to the guys they essentially could do this with 'Game of Thrones.' The world and its mother has heard of the series, so there wouldn't be much harm in leading fans into the finale totally blind. Weiss said that while they debated it, it's not going to happen.

The writer/producer said "We won’t though. Because then we went and saw 'Ready Player One' with our kids and they played the 'Westworld' trailer and it looked great. And we’re like, ‘Ah, we should do that.'"

As to when we'll get this true 'Game of Thrones' trailer still remains to be seen. The showrunners failed to mention a potential release date, so you can expect to see it some point between now and April 14th, when the final premiere arrives in the States.

In case you missed it, or even if you fancy another look, here's the season eight teaser that was released last week.