#CODNATION is calling. Call of Duty®: Black Ops 4 is only days away, a new program celebrating the passion and creativity of the Call of Duty community is now live – #CODNATION. The first wave of #CODNATION content featuring Black Ops 4 debuted last weekend on national broadcast television, while new clips have already been released online with more on the way.
The #CODNATION campaign was inspired by the creativity of the Call of Duty community and encourages fans to join in, post and share their experiences around the world. To create the video series, Activision has partnered with content creators, streamers, and celebrities who play Call of Duty. New content will continue to roll-out with more #CODNATION films as Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 launches on October 12.
“We are really fortunate to have such an amazing community that supports Call of Duty. The community consistently comes up with amazing, laugh-out-loud content, and #CODNATION celebrates that creativity on another level,” said Rob Kostich, executive vice president, and general manager, Call of Duty. “Fan excitement for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has reached new heights, and the launch on October 12th is just around the corner. We can’t wait to see what our fans will continue to create with this game.”
In addition to the content series, #CODNATION extends to the Call of Duty Endowment’s charity launch stream as the #CODNATION Challenge. Formerly known as the Race to Prestige, the annual stream brings together an array of video game personalities in a relay-style gaming marathon. Throughout its nine-year history, the Call of Duty community has been instrumental in supporting the Endowment’s drive toward placing 50,000 veterans in high-quality jobs. The #CODNATION Challenge kicks-off Thursday, October 11 on the eve of Black Ops 4’s worldwide launch. Fans can follow @CODE4Vets for the latest updates and information for the #CODNATION Challenge.