Activision has announced it is now allowing eager gamers to sign up for the beta version of Call of Duty: Elite, an online subscription service that is set to officially launch on November 8th alongside Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Officially confirmed by the CoD publisher Call of Duty: Elite will chronicle a player’s gameplay history recording all actions of their gaming lives from progress made to the number of kills recorded.
Set be accessible from tablets and smartphones as well of desktops and internet connected games consoles, Call of Duty: Elite will be fully compatible not only with the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 release but all of CoD releases, existing and forthcoming.
“Many key features of Call of Duty Elite will be available to Call of Duty players free of charge," announced Activision on the CoD: Elite release. Despite further enhancing Call of Duty’s hugely popular online multiplayer modes through a number of paid subscriptions services, Activision has confirmed the standard online gameplay will remain free to all users.
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