Call of Duty developer Treyarch Studios has announced their plans to livestream Mulitplayer gameplay of their upcoming Black Ops 4 title.
The stream is set to take place on Thursday, June 7th starting at 10 AM PDT / 1 PM EDT, and will feature maps that will be playable at the upcoming E3 gaming convention.
This will be the first real look at Black Ops 4 since the Community Reveal Event, which took place on May 17th.
At that event, some of Treyarch's senior designers and executives, including Design Director David Vonderhaar, introduced Black Ops 4 to a worldwide audience, going over some of the game's classic Call of Duty elements along with new, never-before-seen innovations.
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Now, Vonderhaar is back, along with Co-Studio Head Dan Bunting, to put all of those elements to the test, and give viewers a solid glimpse of the game's Mulitplayer modes and maps.
Fans can view the live-stream directly through the Live Event Viewer found in Black Ops 3 (PS4 only), or via a variety of online platforms.
The Twitch stream can be found below:
As mentioned before, some of the Multiplayer maps that will be shown during this live-stream will also be playable at the upcoming E3 gaming convention, which is due to be held June 12th-14th in Los Angeles, CA.
After that, the game will also be available to be tried out for all those attending the Call of Duty World League Anaheim tournament in Anaheim, CA from June 15th-17th.