Call of Duty: Extinction Day has arrived and Activision, IGN and Infinity Ward are giving an inside look at the game.
The event will begin live streaming on Twitch at 12:30 PT/3:30 ET and can be seen at this Twitch account.
The whole point of Extinction Day is to give fans a chance to look behind the scenes for the company's creative process and letting them feel apart of the CoD family. According to IGN, viewers of the live stream can ask questions via Twitter by hastagging #ExtinctionDay and some will be answered in real time.
Gamers will also be offered double XP and other upcoming features as well.
Call of Duty: Ghosts received an update last week that fixed stability issues and exploits found within the game and through hacks.
Included in those fixes are player spamming, "god mode," and an invisibility cheat. According to Polygon, the update boots up automatically when the game is turned on instead of going to download it.
To see all of the other glitches, bugs, spam and error fixes, click here, to go to the CoD forums. Each of the six platforms the game is on had a different update.
Call of Duty: Ghosts was just named the highest selling video game this past Black Friday, taking the no. 1 spot for the PS4 and Xbox One, and no. 7 for the Wii U. It also became the top selling Xbox One game in North America and is also the most played multiplayer game globally.
VG247 said it was the best selling Xbox One game at Target, Walmart, Best Buy, and GameStop as Activision confirmed it was also the no. 1 pre-ordered game for the console as well.
The game was released for the PS3, Xbox 360, PC, and Wii U on Nov. 5, and arrived with the PS4 on Nov. 15 and the Xbox One on Nov. 22.