Having landed alongside last year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 release, developer Activision has revealed that its online subscription service, Call of Duty Elite now has more than 10 million registered users.
Despite getting off to a rocky start with repeated service disruptions caused by high demand and server issues, Activision has confirmed during its recent earnings call that Call of Duty Elite subscribers now top the 10 million milestone.
Up dramatically on the 7 million registered users announced back in February, the latest figures have shown that premium subscribers forking out an annual $49.99 fee now top 2 million users, up on the 1.5 million three months ago.
Announcing back in February that Call of Duty Elite had become “one of the fastest-growing and largest online services ever,” Activision has confirmed that to coincide with its November 13th Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 release it will officially launch Call of Duty Elite 2.0.
Whilst the company has yet to be forthcoming on firmed up details of the Call of Duty Elite 2 service, it is expected a number of major overhauls and COD enhancing features are to be added.
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