Call of Duty World League casters, Matt “Mr X” Morello, John “Revan” Boble, and Clint “Maven” Evans, all tweeted out that they got a chance to play Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s multiplayer mode last week at Infinity Ward’s studio.

All three of them stated that the game feels “good” and that players will feel at home after playing Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. Pro Player Anthony “Methodz” Zinni also tweeted out that he was at the studio.

Infinity Ward and Activision have not announced specific details regarding Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare MP other than the fact that it will feature an “evolution of Call of Duty’s movement system,” which is the “chain based movement system.”