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Activision Gives Call of Duty: Elite Founders a Free Month of Service

by | @AttackFanboy | on November 10, 2011

Activision Gives Elite Founders A Free Month

The Call of Duty: Elite suite of services that launched with Modern Warfare 3 has not been without its problems.  Since launch, service has been intermittent, and is still spotty at the time of this writing.  Users have found themselves unable to log-in, register, or take advantage of the free content that comes along with the platform.

Worse yet, those that paid for the premium upgrade to Call of Duty: Elite have not only put up their hard earned cash, but can’t access the premium tier of features that runs an additional $49.99 per year.  Well Activision has plans to make up this lost time to the early “founder” of the service.  They’ve announced that they’ll be giving anyone who signs up in November an extra month, so that’s 13 months for the price of 12.

Call of Duty: Elite offers a wide array of options when it finally gets functional.  Stat tracking, Competitions, Videos, and Community features accompany access to all DLC for the game for premium subscribers.  With a self proclaimed 20 peices on the way in 2011 and 2012, it could be a great deal for the Call of Duty fan.

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