I know it feels like the beast that is CoD Elite is still getting up on its feet, but the folks behind the subscription service are already planning for a relaunch in sync with this falls annual Call of Duty release.
This fall's new Call of Duty just may prove to be the true test of Activision's Elite service. How they handle the transfer from an established community to the next iteration should be interesting. I'd like to see them travel further into digital territory, preferably with some sort of à la carte pricing model. One can dream.
For the time being, they've promised "additional features in the next 60 days" so keep those peepers open for some meaty new content to help you kick more ass.
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