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Call of Duty: Elite, Call of Duty: Elite Re-Launch Trailer

Call of Duty: Elite might have had it’s problems in the early goings, but most of the problems have been remedied and the service is prepared to enhance the Call of Duty experience as advertised.

Call of Duty: Elite Re-Launch Trailer

by | @AttackFanboy | on November 28, 2011

Call of Duty: Elite might have had it’s problems in the early goings, but most of the problems have been remedied and the service is prepared to enhance the Call of Duty experience as advertised.  The official launch trailer for the service was released by Activision just a short while ago, and again, it makes promises that becoming a member will enhance your skills.

Whether you sign up for the free account or premium membership, you’ll get access to stats and tools that can be used to analyze and improve your Call of Duty gameplay.  Becoming a premium member and you’ll get access to exclusive content, contests, dlc, and other perks that make the $49.99 membership costs a little easier to swallow for the Call of Duty fan.

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