Infinity Ward plans to reveal the multiplayer component of Call of Duty: Ghosts in August.
Executive producer Mark Rubin posted the following on Twitter, later confirming that the reveal will occur in the "middle" of the month, suggesting it'll be on show at Gamescom, which kicks off on the 21st.
Sorry I haven't been on twitter much lately. We are in our death march push to finish game. Lots left to do. Looking forward to MP in august— Mark Rubin (@IWMarkRubin) July 12, 2013
Earlier this month, publisher Activision announced pre-order bonus Call of Duty Ghosts DLC in the form of a multiplayer map called Free Fall. It will mark the introduction of "dynamic map events" to the series, which see battlegrounds undergo landscape-altering events during matches. Call of Duty Ghosts DLC will launch first on Xbox.
Also this month, Infinity Ward studio community coordinator Candice Capen said Ghosts will "have a cooperative mode of sort". It was previously rumoured that Infinity Ward had dropped the Modern Warfare series' Spec Ops mode in favour of a new co-op game type.