We always used to scoff at people that play nothing other than Call Of Duty all year, but with Activision's new DLC plans, the American publisher is making a legitimate case for sticking to the competitive shooter exclusively in 2012
Earlier in the month, Activision outlined plans to release 20 DLC packs in 2012. It has now revealed the full rundown of what players can expect, namely: ten new maps,..
When Activision first announced Call Of Duty: Elite we thought: people won't want this
Turns out our first impressions were damn wrong, as Activision has just announced that its "premium" Call Of Duty experience has scooped up a whopping one million subscribers in just six days. Unsurprisingly, Bobby Kotick was stoked: "The audience...
It really hasn't been a great start for Activision's Call Of Duty stat-tracking service, Elite
After higher than anticipated demand, the service has been sporadic at best for the past couple of weeks. But finally there's light at the end of the tunnel. In an interview with G4, Activision's VP of production, Daniel Suarez, said that the publisher aims to get everything working as intended by..
Despite a rocky launch, Activision has told Kotaku that it is working hard behind the scenes to cope with the enormous demand for its subscription service, Call Of Duty: Elite
We are being challenged by a response beyond any of our expectations on day one, but were making good headway, Activisions Jamie Berger said. This is like that terrible birthing pains any new online service goes..
As expected Activision and Beachhead Studios' stat-tracking service for Call Of Duty, Elite, is having a few issues meeting demand, with registration requests exceeding the firm's "most optimistic expectations"
According to an official blog post by Beachhead boss Chacko Sonny, We have already registered hundreds of thousands of players and we are working around the clock to increase our capacity..
At its core, Call Of Duty's multiplayer is all about competition
So it's important that Activision's subscription based stat-tracking component, Call Of Duty: Elite, should hone in the competitive nature of the series. In a new behind-the-scenes video, developer Beachhead Studios discusses the various ways players will duke it out for glory, with bragging rights and prizes lavished on the winners..
Social networking attachments to popular games -- like Call Of Duty: Elite -- will be a "necessity" in the future, according to Activision's Jamie Berger
"We believe that a 24/7, year-round services strategy that broadens the game experience beyond just playing is going to be a necessity," he told MCV. "Right now, it's an option, but in three to five years, it won't be. To support..
Activision's just tipped us off that it's started sending invites for the Call Of Duty Elite beta on PlayStation 3
The beta will be rolled out in stages, so don't worry if you're not part of the initial phase today as there's still plenty of time for you to get your hands on the premium service. The beta works in Call Of Duty: Black Ops, and is designed to test out various functionality in Call Of..
Activision's used its Call Of Duty XP event to reveal the details of its Elite subscription service
The package will cost US players $49.95 per year. Around $5 a month then. Much of Call Of Duty Elite will be available to players for free. "Personal leaders boards, stat tracking, weapon analysis, 30-second HD video uploads, weapon perk sharing, screen shot sharing, even more, Infinity Ward..
The director famous for Alien and Blade Runner is producing content for Activision's new Call Of Duty: Elite premium service, the company has announced
According to Eric Hirshberg (speaking exclusively to USA Today) the content being created is "exclusive episodic entertainment just built for the Call of Duty community". He said: "We are working with the likes of Will Arnett and..
Now the dust has settled on Activision's Call Of Duty: Elite premium service, the publisher has posted a FAQ on its official website claiming that the new venture will be "the best free service on the market"
The firm added that "even haters can play for free". Cheeky Activision. Call Of Duty: Elite was announced last week amidst much fanfare. The Beachhead developed service will be..
While the rest of the Internet hits back at Activision's not-so-intriguing Call Of Duty: Elite subscription model, Sony's Rob Dyer has told the Wall Street Journal that he's "very confident" other developers will follow in Activision's footsteps
"There's money to be made there," he said, clarifying that very few franchise's could justify...
News flash: Activision likes to make money
Call Of Duty: Elite is just another prong in Activision's automatic cash generation scheme. The long rumoured subscription service aims to bring social networking features to the world's most popular game. Problem is, it just doesn't look worth it yet. Officially announced this afternoon, Call Of Duty: Elite will be compatible with all COD titles post..
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