Joseph Kahn once more directed the new video, which sees Swift drenched in neon lighting while she parties in Miami, Tokyo, and London; he already teamed with Swift on the likes of "Wildest Dreams", "Bad Blood", and Reputation singles "Look What You Made Me Do" and "...Ready for It?".
Of course, no Swift music video is complete without a trail of clues for fans to follow. "End Game" is certainly no different.
Fans have pointed out that the traditional cat and number 13 are hidden within, alongside another reference to the old "snake" image Swift's been branded with - she's seen playing the game snake on a phone, for the first time anyone's done so in maybe a decade.
Plus, the woman a lot of people believed to be Katy Perry on set filming with Swift (spawning plenty of 'burying the hatchet' rumours), turned out to be very much not Katy Perry.
Watch the full video below.
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