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How To Use Hidden Game of Thrones Snapchat Filter with The Secret Snapcode

Your chance to kill a white walker

Game of Thrones Snapchat Filter

There is nothing impossible about social media; you can connect to millions of people and make something go viral. What is more surprising that getting yourself turn into one of your favorite tv series characters, HBO is doing something like this, Game of Thrones new season is just days away from now and the entertainment channel is creating the hype.

HBO launched a Game of Thrones Snapchat filter on Snapchat for the fans to become one of the white walkers. However, using the filter is not as simple as using the other ones but don't worry, we will walk you through the way to becoming a white walker. If you are hyped enough and curious, “How to get Game of Thrones Snapchat filter?”, keep reading this blog further.

Steps For Using Hidden Game of Thrones Snapchat Filter With Snapcode

HBO released a temporarily Game of Thrones Snapchat filter over the snap chat. For using the lens, you need a snap code, and once it unlocked, you can use it for one hour. Then you can use the filter to turn yourself into a white walker or use the front camera to kill a white walker with a dragonglass ‘dagger’.

1. First, you need to get the snap code for the filter

Game of Thrones Snapchat filter

If you are wondering, “How to get Game of Thrones Snapchat filter?”,- Well, this link is your answer. This is the link to the snap chats website containing the code if you are on your mobile directly click on the link from here. In case you are on the desktop, open the Snapchat now and hold your camera up to the code below.

Game of Thrones Snapchat filter

2.Snap the Code

After the camera focuses on the snap code, snap it, and within 30 seconds your smartphones will vibrate, and notification will come ‘New lens found.’ The Game of Thrones Snapchat filter gets added into your account. However, it also mentioned that it is available only for 1 hour. HBO made it temporarily for the users so you can enjoy it just for 1 hour.

Game of Thrones Snapchat filter

3. Finally Using the ‘Games of Thrones Lens’

There are two ways to feel the terrifyingly amazing view of ‘Game of Thrones Snapchat filter’ First, is merely using the lens by taking a selfie which is a selfie snap. In this, hold your camera for taking simple selfie videos and click on your face to activate the lens. When you open your mouth, then a snowy landscape will appear, and your eyes will turn blue just like white walkers. Now, the answer to the question, “How to get Game of Thrones Snapchat filter?”- The other way to use the Game of Thrones Snapchat filter lens is with the front-facing camera. Just point your camera at the space in front of you now the snowy landscape will appear with a white walker in the scene.

There will be a glass dragon dagger in the bottom of the screen, and you can tap the screen to kill the walker with the dagger. However, this fun is limited to an hour, so make the most out of it.

Arpit Dubey
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Arpit is a dreamer, wanderer, and a tech nerd who loves to jot down tech musings and updates. With a logician mind, he is always chasing sunrises and tech advancements while secretly preparing for the robot uprising.

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