Today, during Call Of Duty: Next, Activision makes further announcements regarding the future of Call Of Duty and its newest upcoming game, Modern Warfare II. Next up is Activision’s biggest livestream event of the year, which will feature a ton of information on the upcoming Call of Duty game.

However, this year is about more than simply the following mainline game. There will be two more games’ details revealed in addition to fresh Modern Warfare II footage and a complete multiplayer unveiling. Warzone’s most recent iteration and the upcoming Warzone: Mobile. This event typically has a lot of buzz, especially among fans of Call of Duty. Activision predicts that this year will be a significant one.

There will be a lot to take in at this event, which is being put on by Infinity Ward, the game developer behind Modern Warfare II.

Advertisement IMPLICATIONS FOR CALL OF DUTY: NEXT Activision has invited over 150 streamers and content creators to the event in addition to the full multiplayer reveal, and they will be able to drop by and play. As a result, viewers and players will be able to see the game as it is being played.

Activision also claims to be introducing some significant advancements for the entire franchise. Thus, Gunsmith 2.0 may become even more clear to us. Additionally, some of the brand’s upcoming new features and technological advancements. Beyond that, there will also be information on Warzone: Mobile, important information on the Modern Warfare II open beta (which begins September 16 for PS4 and PS5 users with early access), as well as some “REDACTED” material and other surprises.

Although we are unable to reveal what the surprises are, the showcase may be interesting to see. Just in case there are any unique drops that may be obtained. Activision might even give out a few early access beta codes.


Activision offers two primary channels for viewing the showcase. Through the YouTube video above, you can instantly stream Call of Duty: Next. It takes place on the Call of Duty official channel. Alternatively, you may watch the showcase live on the official Twitch channel .

The broadcast actually starts at 9:30am PT/12:30pm ET, although all the formal events start at 10am PT/1pm ET. Therefore, there should still be some content in the broadcast’s opening minutes that is worth viewing. You likely don’t want to miss this showcase event if you’re excited about everything Call of Duty has to offer, both now and in the future. Since new information is sure to be useful.


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