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Call Of Duty: Warzone 2 will get proper reveal in ‘era defining’ live stream

Activision has a big Call Of Duty live stream in September; one that will share some actual information the elusive Warzone sequel.

Despite launching later this year, we have yet to see anything of the sequel to Call Of Duty: Warzone. All we do know about it is that Infinity Ward, the studio behind Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, is developing it.

Anyone who’s especially eager to learn real details about it will be pleased to know that Activision and Infinity Ward will be lifting the lid on Warzone 2 (or whatever it’s called) next month.

An ‘era defining’ live stream event called Call Of Duty: Next is scheduled for September 15. While it currently lacks an exact time, Activision says that it will feature information on the next Warzone.

Ideally, this will include some actual gameplay and a release date, but Warzone 2 won’t be the sole focus of the stream.

As the name suggests, Call Of Duty: Next is all about the ‘immediate future’ of the series, which means there will be further details on Modern Warfare 2, including a full multiplayer reveal.

The mobile version of Warzone, currently dubbed Project Aurora, will make an appearance as well.

That game is still in alpha, although it’s been the source of a couple of Call Of Duty leaks, not just for Warzone but even future projects like another Black Ops game.

As a reminder, the current version of Warzone won’t be replaced when Warzone 2 launches, so there’ll be no pressure to jump to the newer game nor do you need to worry about losing any progress made.

The blog post on the Call Of Duty website also teases guest appearances by certain streamers, plus further surprises, but is otherwise keeping mum on the specifics.

With Modern Warfare 2 launching in only a couple of months, Activision has finally shared details about the game’s open beta too, namely which dates it will be available on.

Call Of Duty: Warzone 2 is scheduled to launch later this year.

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