Subscribe To Call Of Duty Elite Beta Is Over Updates
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Today the beta test for online service Call Of Duty Elite, conducted through PSN and Xbox Live, officially ended. Beachhead Studios will spend the next few weeks preparing for the official launch of the gaming network.
"Activision and Beachhead Studio are shutting down the Call of Duty Elite beta today at Noon Pacific time," reads an announcement from Activision. "Although the Connect, Compete & Improve sections have been closed in preparation for Modern Warfare 3 and Elite's official launch on November 8th, access to the Career page will soon be open to all. Stat hounds can tide themselves over with access to Black Ops stats later this week once that section reopens."
Elite is an online hub devoted to Call of Duty. Players will be able to join clans, track their performance, and share videos. Optional, premium features include prized events, additional video storage, free DLC, and more. The break-down of paid and free features can be found here.
Testing for Elite was done on Call of Duty: Black Ops. The full-fledged service will go live alongside MW3.
"In addition, players can be confident that all beta activity carries over when Call of Duty Elite officially launches on November 8th," said Activision. "Beachhead Studio would like to thank everyone for their feedback and participation in the beta, as it's helping to make Call of Duty Elite an even better service."