Treyarch Planning a Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Livestream on Thursday

If you'd like a better look at Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 than what you saw a few weeks ago, Treyarch is going to fulfill that wish a bit with a livestream event. On Thursday, June 7th, the company will be showing off some new content from the game and giving you a taste of what people will be trying out when they visit the booth at E3. The news came out yesterday evening on their official Twitter feed.

Obviously, a lot of people are hoping to see content from their version of battle royale called Blackout, but we're guessing the odds of that happening are slim-to-none as the E3 demo will most likely be the same as the media demo from mid-May where you played 5-on-5 encounters. We're also guessing none of the zombie content will be shown during the stream since that would most likely give away parts of that storyline they don't want to be revealed yet. So prepare yourselves for seeing a lot of what you can do in the main portion of Black Ops 4.

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