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    Default Call of Duty Elite Beta sign up and Legend of Karl Trailer

    New Call of Duty Elite Legend of Karl trailer has been released along with a beta sign up for Call of Duty Elite, the new subscription plan for Call of Duty games from now on..

    Legend Of Karl Trailer
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25TH_...layer_embedded

    Beta Sign Up
    http://www.callofduty.com/elite


    Call of Duty Elite will include several industry-first innovations, and is a key differentiator for this year’s most anticipated game, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Elite will offer two-way communication between the service and the game, so that the choices and decisions that players make in Elite through the mobile and web interfaces will affect their in-game experience. The service will be fully integrated into Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and will launch alongside the game on 8th November, 2011 .

    Call of Duty Elite’s features and services engage the community in three key ways:
    · Connect : Call of Duty Elite gives players unprecedented control over their multiplayer experience, transforming it into a true social network. Players can compete against friends, players of similar skill levels and players with similar interests, join groups, join clans, and play in organised tournaments. They can also track the performance, progress and activity of their entire network, both in the game itself, as well as through mobile and web interfaces. Elite will be an "always on" way for players to connect with the Call of Duty community.
    · Compete: Call of Duty Elite establishes the most exciting, competitive environment in a multiplayer game. Players will have available a constant stream of events and competitions, tiered to group them with those with similar abilities . Both in-game and real-world prizes will be rewarded to all skill levels.
    · Improve: Call of Duty Elite is like having a personal online coach. It provides players with a dynamic strategy guide that tracks their statistics and performances down to the most minute details. It can show gamers how they stack up against their friends or others in the community. Tools and information are provided so players can learn and up their game.
    Carrying forward to future Call of Duty games, Elite will chronicle a player’s gameplay history in a cohesive career record, keeping track of every kill, every game and progress.

    Call of Duty Elite has been tailored for Call of Duty’s diverse base of players – hardcore gamers, casual weekend warriors and even beginners,” added Hirshberg. “Over 7 million gamers play Call of Duty online each day logging hundreds of hours of multiplayer per player per year. Of course, the out of the box Call of Duty multiplayer experience that gamers have come to love and expect will continue as is. However, for those players looking for more, Call of Duty Elite will supercharge their experience.”

    Many key features of Call of Duty Elite will be available to Call of Duty players free of charge. Additionally, for players who want to up their game, Call of Duty Elite will offer a premium membership with a wide range of state-of-the-art services, exclusive entertainment programming and all-inclusive game content for less than the cost of any comparable online entertainment service currently in the market.

    The service will be accessible on a number of platforms - via web browsers, mobile devices, through game consoles and within the game interface itself - so that players can connect with Call of Duty Elite whenever and wherever they want.

    Call of Duty Elite will launch this autumn with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. However, to test the scale of the service, Activision will hold a public beta this summer for Elite with Call of Duty
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    So Activision have taken an everyday part of games, made a bit more fancy and added a toon of useless crap and want to charge you for it.. i think ill pass!

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    Well i'm going to wait and see whats on offer, if its more dlc as mentioned then it may be worth while, if not gamers just won't pay for it so it'll fall on its face.. Just wished the DLC they do for CoD included campaign missions aswell..

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    I generally pointblank refuse to pay for DLC, Gaming has become to much of a money spinner especially for activision now, i mean £10 for 4 maps? especially when they barely fix the general issues with the games they ship now to.. BLOPs was a prime example, Terrible problems on release with PS3 and PC versions!

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    Maybe that's why i don't mind Blops then as a lot of us play on X360 and haven't really noticed that many issues..

    I don't mind paying for DLC, In fact I've no issues at all really if it expands the game and provides more entertainment, I bought all five DLC packs for Fallout 3 and got around 180 - 200 hours out of the game (and I know that Ian T got more than that out of Fallout 3), and so far i've played the two DLC packs for Fallout New Vegas, But they are single player.. Map packs are expensive for what they are, but while people are willing to buy the map packs in the millions then there will be a cost involved.. If Elite gives me more DLC then i'll pay for it, if it just stats and groups then i won't bother..

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    Well am signed up, see what happens

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