Call of Duty Elite Subscribers Get Free Month

Because of all the issues at launch Activision announced that it will give one month of free time to all Call of Duty Elite subscribers. Activision's social network built around tracking statistics various Call of Duty games, launched this week with the release of Modern Warfare 3 on Tuesday. At launch the service suffered from a number of issues and continues to be online sporadically.

The Elite website's status page was updated today with statement from the company saying that all premium members will receive a 30 day extension on their year subscription to make up for the service's rocky start. Last week Activision revealed that it had to delay the launch of the PC version of the service.

The official update also promises Elite users that all of their match stats are being stored and that game performance is not being affected by the issues related to Elite. Activision will be limiting access to the service via the Web and console applications, with priority going to paid members.

Source: GameSpot

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    ddrfr33k says:

    Well, when you have however many thousands of computers attempting to access a single server at once, it's gonna overload.


    Wait a minute…isn't that what the Low Orbit Ion Cannon does? EA just had their fans DDoS themselves!

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