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Call of Duty: Ghosts Gameplay Live Stream Coming Ahead of E3

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On Sunday June 9, the day before Microsoft, Sony, EA and Ubisoft host their pre-E3 press conferences Activision will livestream 30 minutes of the upcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts potentially showing footage from the Xbox One and PS4.

The half-hour online broadcast, called Call of Duty: Ghosts – All-Access, will start at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET and will show some of the first gameplay footage of the new first-person shooter. GameTrailers’ Geoff Keighley will host the presentation alongside online celebrity Justine Ezarik (a.k.a iJustine).

The two hosts will show exclusive gameplay and some exclusive behind the scenes footage of the game. Presumably the footage will show more motion-captured dogs and detail more of the game than Activision did at the Xbox One reveal event. Keighley and Ezarik will also interview member of the Infinity Ward team about the new game.

Call of Duty Ghosts All Access

The broadcast will livestream on callofduty.com, the Machinima iPhone and Android apps and on the Xbox 360.

Historically Microsoft would highlight Call of Duty during its E3 press conference, often showing some of the first gameplay footage of the new game. Microsoft may choose to showcase Call of Duty: Ghosts during its E3 press conference, though this livestream may hint that Microsoft plans to showcase more of its exclusive games.

During the Xbox One launch event Microsoft announced that it reached a new deal with Activision that will bring DLC for Call of Duty: Ghosts to the Xbox One first.

Activision isn’t the only company that will livestream some of its E3 content online. Microsoft and Sony will livestream their press conferences where they’ll talk about the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, respectively. Nintendo will stream a Nintendo Direct on June 11, hours before the E3 show floor opens, to talk about the future of the Wii U.

Other publishers will also livestream their events. EA and Ubisoft will both livestream their press conferences. Square Enix also recently announced that it will livestream content from its booth on the show floor all throughout E3.

Shawn is a tech junkie who spends most of his time reading and writing about it. You can follow him on Twitter, @shawn_i.

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