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Pub Stomping Can Now be Live Streamed via Twitch.tv
- Updated: January 31, 2013
Like showing off your skills and getting uber cool compliments? Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 gamers on Xbox 360 can now do it in style with Twitch.tv finally being enabled on the console. This change was made after patch 1.05 on Xbox 360.
Previously, the live streaming option was done using YouTube. But people who wanted to live stream their pub stomping were out of luck since this feature was only enabled during League Play.
So what does this mean for us gamers then? If you happen to use Twitch.tv, you can now broadcast all your public games live through your channel, which works out nicely for those who despise the broadcast system on YouTube.
The service will also make its way to PC and PlayStation 3 something in the future, with Activision making no mention of the Wii U getting in on the action. To use the service, all you have to do is turn on Black Ops 2 and connect your Twitch.tv account were prompted.
Do you use Twitch.tv to broadcast your Black Ops 2 gaming sessions, or will you be after this change? Let us know in the comment section below.