Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Call of Duty Elite

Call of Duty Elite: Today Activision has announced a new online service, which will allow the Call of Duty community to connect, compete and improve their multiplayer experience. Activision Blizzard says that multiplayer combat will continue to be free with the purchase of a $60 game, but those who pay subscriptions will get extras through Call of Duty Elite.

Call of Duty Elite will be offering cutting-edge features that significantly enhance the franchises’ multiplayer experience and deliver a new level of social engagement for players worldwide. Additionally, the service will offer exclusive, high-production value, original entertainment programming designed exclusively for the Call of Duty community.

“The average Call of Duty player spends 58 minutes per day playing multiplayer. That is more than the average Facebook user spends per day on Facebook. And yet, right now, there are very few tools to unite and super charge that social community,” said Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision Publishing. “Whether it’s allowing you to connect with your friends, or people of a similar skill level, people who live in your city, people who share your favorite passions, join competitive clans or social groups, or upload, view and comment on the incredible mass of player-generated content, or watch and comment on exclusive created content, Call of Duty Elite will give people more ways to connect with fellow players than ever before. Elite will also allow players of every level to improve their game with an intuitive suite of tools, and compete in tournaments for both real and virtual prizes.”

This new service will be launching alongside the Modern Warfare 3, on November 8th, 2011.


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