Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 streaming on Youtube

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 streaming on Youtube

All Call of Duty players will be pleased with the many features unveiled today by Activision. The game will feature some eSports and advanced theater functions, along with a new and streamlined way to stream matches online.

This feature was announced already some time ago but we knew very little on how it would work. Today Activision announced that the company will partner up with Youtube to power up this new streaming option, allowing players to stream directly to Youtube on their Ps3 without quitting the game and without additional software or hardware.
With competitive gaming so widespread for the Call Of Duty series the team wanted a built in option to stream matches in the easiest way possibile, improving multiplaying experience even from a “non-playing” angle: it’s definitely a great way to build up on the already big Call Of Duty online community, as well as building up an eSports one.
Activision is also aware that the streaming system could be used in a different way than the developers intend so they’re putting up some limitations which are still unknown at the moment.
We don’t know how this feature will be handled for the other versions of the game since Activision only gave details on the Ps3 version.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 will hit Ps3, Xbox 360 and Pc next week on November 13. The game will also be available for Wii U on launch day.

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Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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