The trailer also shows how political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability, headed by a governing body to oversee and direct the team after previous events involving our superheroes, with Sokovia being the most recent. This fractures the foundations of the Avengers into two camps, those wanting to remain free to defend humanity without government interference (Team Cap) and those in support of government oversight and accountability (Team Iron Man).
The trailer looks pretty intense with more details on government pressuring the Avengers to be more accountable for their actions while showing the damage of their battles from New York and Washington. The two camps face-off and running towards one another could look great on screen and for the Spider-Man reveal was a nice touch. I know a few that didn’t want Spider-Man to be revealed and be more treated like Luke Skywalker was for the Star Wars: Force Awakens trailers, they needed to give the general viewing audience something (as well as the fans) to let them know that Spider-Man will be in this film.
Captain America: Civil War is set for cinematic release here in the UK/Ireland on the 29th April 2016.