Following up on recent celebrity appearances from the likes of Ronda Rousey, Chris Evans, and Lil Jon, the next Xbox Live Sessions broadcast will feature Megan Fox, Microsoft has announced (opens in new tab). The actress will hit the battlefield in the latest entry in the Call of Duty franchise, Call of Duty: WWII.
The session will be broadcast on the Xbox Mixer channel starting at 7 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. ET on November 3 (find your local time here). Like previous Xbox Live Sessions, viewers will get a chance to submit questions and Microsoft will be giving out prizes. Alongside Fox, Microsoft says some other surprise guests will be showing up as well.
Microsoft launched Xbox Live Sessions in August as a Mixer show featuring celebrities, athletes, and artists diving into new and upcoming Xbox One games. Celebrity guests thus far have included DJ Khaled, Chandler Riggs, and James Corden, among others. Microsoft says it plans to bring in even more celebrities with sessions over the coming months.
Call of Duty: WWII returns the franchise to its roots in the second World War, which is likely to come as a breath of fresh air to anyone who was turned off by the futuristic setting of 2016's Infinite Warfare. Along with the franchise's standard fast-paced online multiplayer, Call of Duty: WWII will dip players into a gritty single-player campaign that explores the battle between the Axis and Allied powers.
Call of Duty: WWII is set to launch on November 3. If you'd rather jump into the game for yourself, you can currently preorder Call of Duty: WWII starting at $59.99.
Member when Megan Fox didn't look like plastic? Good old times.
Gurl trying to revive her career after not sleeping with Michael Bay and booted off Transformers. She'll take anything as a has been no talent pretty face as her only ticket to Hollywood.
What's wrong with u?.. First u try to be funny which u are not, then u post another comment laughing at yourself.. Smh what a poopstick u are.
my lol did not disappoint. that "vvvv" was an arrow pointing down at you as my first responder and i knew it was gonna be funny. Lol
The word 'actress' is used in the loosest sense here. She's awful
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