Call of Duty Elite - Is It For You?

MMGN writes: Activision's new paid subscription service Call of Duty Elite was not received well by gamers and critics alike. While some praised its potential to create an exclusive online community, others criticised its monetisation of a component that other games, such as Halo, offer for free.

The beta for the service is set to launch on July 14, 2011, and with over 2 million gamers having registered for the beta, you can bet that the next few weeks are going to be all about Elite and what the service can bring to the table.

The service most definitely isn't for everyone. Pricing hasn't been detailed yet, but you can bet that it will lie anywhere between $5 to $20 a month. Any more than that and Activision is look at a flop of massive proportions.

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Supman2717d ago ShowReplies(1)
koh2717d ago

No, it isn't. Next question.

showtimefolks2717d ago

because COD is for people who have no real skills in other FPS in the market.

I buy every COD after launch used from craiglist for 2-30 so my money will never go towards the devs and than i flip it for same sometimes more to a casual gamer on the net who thinks COD is the best game ever made lol

rage and resistance 3 are my FPS for fall 2011 so more power to you if you want to buy COD or even BF3 your money do whatever you want but than don't complain when a lot of devs go after FPS market because that's where the big bucks are at

MGRogue20172717d ago (Edited 2717d ago )

Hell no. Activision can take that idea of theirs & shove it.. Well you already know where they can shove it so..

spektical2717d ago

no no no... when dice revealed battle log for free, you can easily see right through this, even for the most hardcore of players

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