Rogue's parent company has the London team, and will be facing sides from Europe and North America in 2020.
Founder and CEO Matthew 'Nadeshot' Haag announced the news during an extended video on Twitter.
The upcoming shooter featured during Geoff Keighley's show last night, revealing a chance for fans to try it out early.
Infinity Ward has given us more multiplayer gameplay. Five modes across five maps, including the incredibly immersive Realism mode with no HUD and a heavy focus on night vision.
You'll be able to feed this 'Tamagunchi' with kills, but it can die if you don't take care of it in Infinity Ward's shooter.
Matchmaking will be based on your peripherals though, so as to level the playing field in Infinity Ward's shooter.
This will be coming to all players in the FPS game, and it's particularly good news considering the inclusion of cross-play.
The feature isn't guaranteed, as explained by multiplayer co-design director Joe Cecot, responding to a fan on Twitter.