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Treyarch design direction has taken to Twitter to answer some common questions regarding the implementation of the YouTube live-streaming video feature in the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops II (via: Polygon):
According to Vonderhaar, streamers will be able to provide commentary, as their voices will be included in the live stream. Additionally, Vonderhaar offered advice on usable cameras.

"If you are interested in live streaming those League Play games you will (optionally) want the right camera," Vonderhaar tweeted. "Currently supported cameras: 360: Vision. PS3: Eye. PC: Most USB Cameras."

"I know a lot of you probably have a Kinect, but it is still [being] evaluated as a video camera for the feature," he added.
The feature will also require that the user has a registered YouTube account with at least 10 viewers.

Call of Duty: Black Ops II is due tomorrow, November 13th 2012 for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3, with a Wii U version to follow on the console's November 30th launch.



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