Activision announced earlier today that Call of Duty: Black Ops II will in fact support livestreaming of gameplay via YouTube through either the Xbox 360 or PlayStation3.

This is a huge feature for the game, with tons of YouTuber’s now producing gameplay videos, it could defiantly work and the best part is that all a player needs to do so is a YouTube Account, the game and a console, no need to be a partner.

In their announcement Activision boasted that this is first time for consoles, which I think is actually correct.

During a stream, viewers will be able to see a player’s online information, alongside their class loadouts, recent match data and career stats,

Call of Duty: Black Ops II will launch on the Xbox 360, PC and PS3 on November 13th, and on the Wii U on November 18th, as of yet were not sure if the new feature will also be available on PC or Wii U platforms.

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