Nike has released its latest video to promote the World Cup. Entitled “The Last Game,” the video is a story about risky soccer versus safe soccer. The scientist and the clones want to prove that riskless soccer is more effective.
The video features animations of a cast of characters of world soccer including Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar Jr., Wayne Rooney, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Andres Iniesta. Zlatan isn’t even in the World Cup, but Nike found a way to put him in the video.
The video is a departure for Nike away from live action and to computer animation. This one looks like something you’d expect to see in the movies on par with The Incredibles.
But the question is whether this one is better or not than what many consider the best soccer commercial ever, also from Nike.
Mobile app users, watch the video here.
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