'Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4' Reveal: How To Watch And What To Expect

Scott Grill

Activision and Treyarch are headed to the Jet Center in Los Angeles Thursday to officially reveal Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 to gamers around the world. The long-running first-person shooter franchise may have some big changes in store for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC gamers, so follow along to get the details on when and how to watch plus some of the latest rumors.

Those interested in watching will have their choice between viewing the live reveal via the official Call of Duty channels on YouTube or Twitch.

While there is no official word on why the Black Ops 4 has been moved up so far, current speculation is this is to beat the highly anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2 to store shelves along with Electronic Arts' Battlefield 5, which is expected to be revealed next week.

Activision recently stated during an earnings call that its developers are always looking to take inspiration from other games and innovate in new ways. Either the mega-publisher is pulling a massive head fake, or the rumored gigantic changes will set an all-new course for the franchise.