Your $50 subscription fee to Call of Duty Elite gives you access to a slew of tools to better your game; heatmaps, community features and the are indispensable utilities. That's not where the real benefits lie, however.
Speaking on behalf of the service, comedic actor Rob Riggle cuts to the meat provided by Elite: It helps you break up with your fiancée and disappoint your mother. I have a sneaking suspicion that the average Elite subscriber won't need any help in those departments, but it's good to know that those services are guaranteed.
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