Yesterday afternoon, Activision sent us a surprise envelope with a card in it; the envelope had specific instructions to not open it…till now!
The envelope contained an invite to this year’s Call of Duty XP fan event. Activision says Call of Duty XP will be the ‘biggest Call of Duty fan celebration of the year.’
The event will take place in Los Angeles, CA at the Forum, presented by Chase venue from September 2nd through September 4th.
The event is open to the public, and tickets will go on sale on Saturday, June 11th at 10AM PT.
Call of Duty® XP 2016 is coming! Call of Duty XP is the ultimate Call of Duty® experience for any fan of the franchise and a celebration of our passionate community. From September 2-4, thousands of fans from the global Call of Duty community will assemble at the Forum in Inglewood, California for a three-day Call of Duty immersion.
Call of Duty XP 2016 will be the second Call of Duty XP event ever. The first event was for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 in September 2011, which included the $1 million esports tournament for MW3, the MW3 Multiplayer Reveal, Call of Duty developer panels, and more.
Checkout our Call of Duty XP category page to see all of the news about the event that has been announced today!
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered – Multiplayer Reveal TRAILER
The genre-defining multiplayer action of Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® returns on November 4 with Modern Warfare: Remastered. Ready up and dive back into some of the most memorable MP maps in gaming history, including Crash, Backlot, and Overgrown.
Infinite Warfare will NOT have a theater mode
While speaking with Infinity Ward’s Multiplayer project director Jordan Hirsch at Call of Duty XP, he confirmed that Infinite Warfare’s multiplayer will NOT have a theater mode. Last year’s Black Ops 3 brought back theater mode however Advanced Warfare and IW’s last game Ghosts did not.
Infinite Warfare MP to include “Classic” guns from past Call of Duty games
Infinity Ward has just revealed that Infinite Warfare’s multiplayer will include “classic” guns from past Call of Duty games. Classic weapons will be its own weapon class along side the traditional assault rifle class, SMG class, etc..
While speaking with Infinity Ward’s Multiplayer project director Jordan Hirsch at Call of Duty XP, he confirmed that classic weapons will be the only class to NOT include any variants.
*Image from Modern Warfare 2