When Call of Duty: Black Ops II launches on Nov. 13, gamers will be able to use the game’s live streaming feature to stream live gameplay footage directly onto YouTube from their Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3.
A first for the franchise, players can showcase their stuff while being able not only to stream footage, but also add audio commentary at the same time.
Also, with Call of Duty Elite, gamers can see the player card of the person who is streaming the footage, as well as have access to see that player’s COD stats.
The live streams will be viewable on YouTube via web browsers, tablets and mobile devices. through the COD Elite channel or that particular user’s YT channel.
“Our partners are using YouTube Live to bring entertainment, must-see moments and more to millions of people around the world. With Call of Duty: Black Ops II, people can live stream their gameplay directly from the game or watch the best players live on YouTube, which is an awesome next step for the eSports community,” said Sang Kim, Head of Game Partnerships.
Gamers who wish to live stream their gameplay, will need a verified YouTube account, while a COD Elite registration will be necessary to view streams