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Submitted by skyward 1101d ago | news

Call Of Duty: Elite Status Is Fully Operational

NowGamer: Beachhead status page gives CoD Elite the green light. (Activision, Beachhead, Beachhead Studio, Call of duty Beachhead, Culture, Industry, PC, PS3, Tag Invalid, Xbox 360)

TimmyShire  +   1101d ago
About time if you ask me. Least they're giving a free month to make up for it!
fastrez  +   1101d ago
Finally.
skyward  +   1101d ago
Where's the mobile apps? PC version? Bespoke content. It's all a learning curve, but launch should have been much smoother.
Feckles  +   1101d ago
Mobile app would be nice, but at least it's working now.
Rampaged Death  +   1101d ago
I still haven't got my founder stuff for MW3.
creatchee  +   1100d ago
You have to log onto your console's Elite app after you've linked your gamertag. Make sure you let the first Elite page completely load, then you should have the emblem and callsign on your first pages in those sections in multiplayer. Also, you'll have two hours of double XP - there will be an XP logo if you hover over your name in lobbies to confirm this.

IMO the founder and Elite callsigns are kinda ugly though.

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