The trailer, set to the Rolling Stone’s “Paint it Black,” is narrated by Michael B. Jordan and follows a player representation named Kevin as he fights through a battle with skills used in the game. Cara Delevingne also appears at the end, dealing heavy damage to Kevin.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch not only makes an appearance in the trailer, helping Kevin fight of zombies in a recreation of the first-person shooter’s popular multiplayer mode, but is also in the game itself. Lynch plays a mercenary fighter assumed to be working with the villain of the game’s campaign, played by Christopher Meloni.
“Call of Duty: Black Ops III” releases on Nov. 6.