Call of Duty 2016 will make its debut at E3, but Activision will skip the show floor this year

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Activision has announced that Call of Duty 2016, which is in development at Infinity Ward, will make its public debut at this year’s E3 Expo. The highly anticipated new game will receive a prime showcase during Sony’s E3 Press Conference, where developers from Infinity Ward plan to provide a gameplay walkthrough and reveal some of the game’s new features.

However, Activision also said they won’t have a booth on the E3 show floor this year. That makes them the second major publisher to drop out of the show after EA’s similar departure in January.

Even without a presence at the year’s biggest gaming event, Activision’s Scott Lowe also found the time to talk about the Call of Duty World League’s Challenge Division and the Call of Duty Championship over at the Activision Games Blog.

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