Call of Duty's new subscription based service COD Elite is now '95 per cent' operational with developer Activision giving it a new 'Green' status
Activision’s subscription based COD extension Call of Duty Elite looks to have weathered the storm and overcome a rocky start to life with the gaming developer now giving the in depth stats tracker a new ‘Green’ status.
Having been plagued by server outages and faltering systems since launch earlier this month, Activision has now confirmed that “everything is running” with COD Elite as overall functionality increases to around “95 per cent.”
"Everything is running," said Daniel Suarez, Vice President of Production at Activision. "We have some kinks to work out still, but we're making fixes and updates to the service."
Claiming that the company had planned to have all aspects of the Call of Duty Elite service operational before December 1st Suarez added: "Overall functionality for the average user is probably at 95 percent. There are a few issues with clan invites, but we already have fixes in the works.”
Despite the prolonged issues that saw subscribers unable to make use of the Elite service for continued periods and Activision offer additional 30 days membership free of charge, the new Call of Duty service has proven hugely popular with gamers with Activision this week revealing one million paid subscribers signed up to Elite within six days of launch.
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