If you'd like to see how Activision tackles the battle royale genre, and you don't mind seeing a little bit of mindless run-and-gun action along the way, then you can catch up with the next Call of Duty here.
The publisher will be livestreaming the first footage of the game from 0300 AEST / 0230 ACST / 0100 AWST, and you can watch the Twitch stream below.
We already know a few things ahead of time: sources confirmed to Kotaku that the game will be missing the linear single-player campaign that has been a staple of the series since the first Call of Duty.
They also corroborated another report that Raven was developing a battle royale mode for Black Ops 4. Former CS:GO professional and PUBG/Fortnite streamer Michael "shroud" Grzesiek also announced he would be co-streaming the game's reveal, which makes the presence of battle royale more likely given his background.
Sony-backed ads have also started appearing around on social media and other websites, indicating that the publisher's ongoing deal with Call of Duty - which has resulted in PS4 users getting 30 days access to content ahead of their Xbox compatriots - will continue.