In this trailer for Call of Duty Elite, the integral stats hub component for Modern Warfare 3, Beachhead Studios lays out the three main areas of the platform; connect, compete and improve. The focus of the trailer being the latter of the three.
The goal of improve is exactly what you think it would be. To make you a better Call of Duty player, because those sort of things are important. To do this, Beachhead has created extremely detailed maps that will show you every nook and cranny along with the quickest routes for every objective gametype. Eventually Beachhead wants to use this area of Elite to have the best Call of Duty players help the not-so-great players. Do you guys like the direction the Elite platform is headed?
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