Call of Duty XP, a three-day event filled with Call of Duty-themed attractions, hands-on opportunities and developer panels, is returning this September, Activision has announced.
Taking place in Los Angeles between Friday, September 2 to Sunday, September 4, Call of Duty XP will feature the worldwide reveal and first hands-on opportunity for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered's multiplayer modes, along with a PlayStation VR experience that puts players in control of "piloting their own Jackal fighter jet".
Infinite Warfare's Zombies mode will be playable there, too.
Live-action experiences inspired by the game are promised as well, including Nuketown paintball, Zombies laser tag and a "surprise musical guest". The last time Activision put this on, that was Kanye West.
Three tiers of tickets are available with prices starting from $49. Pick one of the more expensive tickets and you'll walk away with a digital code for the Legacy or Digital Deluxe version of Infinite Warfare.
All tickets come with bonus digital content for both Black Ops 3 and Infinite Warfare, including a calling card and weapon camo.
"Call of Duty XP is going to be the biggest Call of Duty fan celebration in history," said Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg.
"The best Call of Duty players in the world will be front and center trying to win the first Call of Duty World League Championship at what is sure to be our biggest Esports event ever. Plus, fans will be able to see and play more hands-on content and reveals in one place than we’ve ever had, from Infinite Warfare, to Modern Warfare Remastered to Black Ops III DLC. Plus, there will be an off-the-charts list of Call of Duty inspired activities that you can't experience anywhere else."
Tickets for Call of Duty XP 2016 go on sale June 11.