Our head is spinning too

Soon you’ll be able to earn a diploma in Call of Duty’s unnecessarily complex DLC schedule at your nearest university or college. Activision has decided that its current mesh of timed exclusivity windows and premium subscriptions is simply too complicated for the average gamer to understand. You’ll be able enrol on the course before it begins this September.

While this author has his seat booked and ready, we’re forced to make the best of a bad situation right now. For what we can extract from Activision’s latest press release (which resembles the complexity of an astrophysics assignment by the way), Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is set to get four new content drops in July.

The update includes three new multiplayer maps (Vortex, U-Turn and Intersection), in addition to a new Spec Ops mission set on a Russian warship. The content will be available exclusively to Call of Duty: Elite subscribers, with regular customers made to wait.

Phew, that course can’t come around soon enough.