• Fans discovered more than they bargained for on the VR enabled Game of Thrones opening sequence (HBO/Game Of Thrones)Source: HBO/Game Of Thrones
A Facebook fail or cheeky detail?
Bianca Soldani

14 Apr 2016 - 1:15 PM  UPDATED 14 Apr 2016 - 1:15 PM

Game of Thrones fans can now view the show’s opening credits in more detail than ever.

A collaboration between Facebook, HBO, Oculus and the people behind the opening sequence has resulted in a 360 degree, virtual reality video that allows viewers to rotate the image as it plays.

The map of the world of Westeros is brought to life as you navigate across the continents but some cheeky fans have pointed out that this feature means it’s now possible to steer the perspective to look up the skirt of the giant Titan of Braavos statue.

“Omg lmaoo do not look up when you pass under that statues legs in Braavos! Lmao.. Id post a pic but you can't in these comments....” one person commented while another said, “Did anyone else look up the Braavosi statue's skirt as you flew under? Just me? ok...”

The fateful moment happens around the one minute mark but can only be seen if you tilt the screen upwards.

The clip, which was posted to the program’s official Facebook page overnight, has already attracted over three million views and 100,000 plus comments.

Here's the original video for those who need a refresher.