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Activision Blizzard organizes a franchise event for “Call of Duty”

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An event has been planned by Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) to release information about its cash-cow Call of Duty video game series.

The publisher will reveal multiplayer gameplay and the multiplayer beta program for its next Christmas title, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, at its Call of Duty: Next event on next Thursday, Sept. 15.

Additionally, it will promote Call of Duty: Warzone Smartphone, a mobile version of the game, and Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0. The release dates for both of those are planned to follow Modern Warfare II (due out on the evening of Oct. 27 in the U.S.).

Live broadcasts will start at one o’clock. ET on Thursday, with a live gameplay session streaming on websites like YouTube, Twitch, and Twitter following.

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One of the most eagerly awaited installments in the series is Modern Warfare II, which has fans eagerly waiting. The campaign picks up where the 2018 game left off, with Cpt. Price now working with well-known members of Task Force 141, including Simon “Ghost” Riley and John “Soap” Mactavish.

According to the leaks, the single-player mode will apparently include new gameplay aspects including car hijacking and third-person driving, a first for the genre. The campaign appears to have received a lot of attention from Infinity Ward.

Even though Call of Duty’s multiplayer mode appears to be its actual strength, fans also highly praise the game’s single-player campaign. Infinity Ward has often demonstrated its ability to craft gripping narratives with a balance of realism, Hollywood-style action sequences, and endearing characters.

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