On September 2nd at 10am Pacific time from the Call of Duty XP event, Activision hosts a livestream revealing Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare‘s multiplayer to the world.
The biggest Call of Duty enthusiasts are flocking to Los Angeles for the Call of Duty XP event, where Activision plans to reveal Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare‘s multiplayer mode. Those in attendance will have a chance to try the multiplayer for the newest game in the blockbuster series before anyone else, but that doesn’t mean fans at home are completely out of luck. On the contrary, Activision is hosting a livestream of the event so Call of Duty fans the world over can see the multiplayer reveal as it happens.
Activision plans on revealing the multiplayer for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare at 10am Pacific time on Twitch. During the stream, fans can expect Activision to explain some of the new gameplay mechanics that will be introduced in Infinite Warfare‘s multiplayer mode, as well as show off some of the game’s maps, match types, and more.
If fans are really lucky, the livestream may also bring with it some concrete details on Infinite Warfare‘s beta. Beyond the fact that the game will have a multiplayer beta at some point, fans have been left in the dark, so it would be nice to know when the beta will begin, and if there’s anything special players need to do to gain access to it.
Beyond Infinite Warfare‘s multiplayer reveal, there’s a chance Activision will use the livestream to show off the game’s Zombies in Spaceland mode as well. If Zombies in Spaceland doesn’t make an appearance during the stream, there’s still a good chance new information on the mode will come out of the Call of Duty XP event. After all, Zombies in Spaceland is expected to be playable by fans in attendance, and one has to imagine that hands-on sessions will help to reveal some of its secrets.
Something else that fans can look forward to at the Call of Duty XP event is the first look at the multiplayer for Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered. In fact, it’s been suggested that the multiplayer for that game will have its world premiere during tomorrow’s livestream as well, so even if fans aren’t interested in Infinite Warfare and its science-fiction setting, they may still have a reason to tune in to Activision’s livestream.
Regardless of what Activision shows during the livestream, one thing is for certain, and that’s the Call of Duty XP event is going to be a can’t-miss show for fans of the franchise. From the multiplayer reveals of Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered to an extended look at Black Ops III‘s final DLC, this year’s event is going to be huge, and should give Call of Duty fans plenty to be excited about in the months to come.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be available on November 4th for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.