Subscription service includes all DLC in monthly content drops featuring multiplayer maps, spec op missions and new game modes; all versions of Hardened Edition include Elite membership.
No if you don't plan on using all of the features No if you plan on just using the free-version Yes if you are a hardcore cod player Yes if you got the money to throw away Was going to do comparison between this and battlelog but I think that comparison has been press on for far too long.
Yes, if you are going to buy *all* the DLC. Yes, if you care about the paid features. No, if you hate CoD! :D
What is sad is this means there are idiots out there who will drop the $110 plus tax and more for this one damn milked game, and they are going to pass over Skyrim and Uncharted 3. It's sad what activision is doing to the gaming industry. I wish people would take a stand and just say 'no' for once.
I don't know, what one persons gold is another manure. We all have different preferences, so I don't see anything wrong with choosing CoD. You can give people Skyrim and Uncharted even at half price, but if they don't enjoy it, then it still doesn't matter. I tend to spend far more time on a multi-player game (and maps) than an entire game I paid $20 for. Sometimes several times the amount of time over....
Wow Activision know how to milk a franchise even Microsoft is not this bad with Halo. Only hardcore COD fans will go for it or 12 kids sorry but Ill pass and just rent the game.
They have a pass for gears £15 get 33% discount
No its 15 euros or 30 us dollars for all dlc that will be released. 30 dollars at once or around 45 if you buy individual map packs, you dont buy a discount thats the amount you save buying it at once. COD elete is a decent deal if its your main game. Free maps, spec ops, and all the extra stuff is worth it if your the type to buy all the dlc anyways. For me il be happy with just the game but i would buy all the gears dlc prob and socom 4 dlc if they ever make any lol. For fans of the game it seems like an awesome idea.
At least when you rent (or borrow) CoD, you can play online without forking over to Activision due to Online Passes that EA introduced.
I say no because they release a new COD every year. I still track my BF stats and its going on two years and im about to throw my stats of BFBC2 out the window for BF3. Waist of money.
If you enjoy cod and will most likely get the DLC's then sure, infact it works out at making the cost of each pack close to 800msp (not exactly). Don't need an article jumping on the cod-hate bandwagon for hits for something that's a pretty simple concept to grasp. Worth is completely opinion.
oh my god... activision is going to print money with this service....
Hell no suck my ass activison
if they start releasing new content a month after the game is realease...as they said it will be monthley releases, in theory, shouldnt the first month or 2 or even 3 (if ya wanna push it) should have already been included on the disk? to me that sounds like they already have the content made, and will just wait to release it and have people who arnt smart enough to pay extra for content (in theory) should have already been on the disk in the first place!
If you add things up its $110 a year.
This is a glorified season pass for DLC. The individual stats are useless as well. Halo has the same-type of thing on Bungie.net and its free. I don't think the content they will be releasing each month will be anything related to expanding the game or even free DLC. It will probably be useless videos and tips, contests, etc. I say skip this.
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