A mix of indie and big games in this week’s Xbox Live deals. Xbox Live deals: Call of Duty, Elite Dangerous, WWE 2K16, more A new week brings a new set of deals for Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners on the Xbox Games Store. There aren’t a lot of hot offers this week, and […]
Call of Duty Elite is going away on February 28, 2014 and it's not coming back. The service started with Modern Warfare 3 and gave players early DLC access, clan management, in-depth stat tracking, and the like. Many of these features went free with Black Ops II. Activision has posted a shutdown FAQ, viewable here, offering specifics. Show More Summary
Call of Duty Elite was a lucrative, but ultimately short-lived, experiment by Activision. The company experimented with a subscription model with Modern Warfare 3, but opted to switch back to a more traditional Season Pass model with Black Ops 2. Show More Summary
Activision is closing its premium Call of Duty: Elite service, nearly two years after it racked up more than 10 million registered users and 2 million paid subscribers. The service that provides in-depth stats, social networking, and clan-based...
Remember back in 2011 when Activision's ambitious online service dedicated to the Call of Duty franchise and its players was going to be the best thing ever? It's shutting down forever on February 28. That's skull logo has never been more appropriate. Read more...
The long-running service, which has provided stat tracking for both Modern Warfare 3 and Black Ops 2, will soon be no more.
Multiple Elite services and new features now available through the official Call of Duty app. Activision is to close the Call of Duty Elite service this Friday, February 28.Click here to read the full article
Call of Duty Elite shuts down this Friday, 28th February, Activision has announced. The stat tracking service worked with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and was in the process of being phased out for the release of last year's Call of Duty: Ghosts, which used the Clan Wars system instead. Show More Summary
Back in 2012, Activision released an application for its Call of Duty: Elite service that allowed Call of Duty players around the world keep track of their custom classes, challenges as well as view recent matches among other things....Show More Summary
New details on Call of Duty Elite, the new COD App, transferring your profile between systems, and clan support.
Even though the official cut-off date for support will be July 2014, developers are finally starting to make their hugely popular applications onto Windows Phone 8. We recently saw the Call of Duty Elite and Nokia HERE apps make theShow More Summary
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The official Call of Duty Elite app for iOS has today been updated to version 2.2.0, which adds a number of handy new features. Players can now compare their statistics with those of their friends, and track their progress during clan operations and challenges. The update also makes improvements to the live streaming portal for Call [...]Show More Summary
At long last, a full year after its iPhone debut, the Call of Duty Elite app (free) has finally made its way to the iPad. I can finally view my Xbox Live carnage on my iPad 3’s big, beautiful, retina display screen. But besides peeping kill counts, this freshly minted app also introduces some very [...]Show More Summary
The Call of Duty Elite app [Free] has been updated with Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 support. Now, you can track your career stats, recent matches, customize your classes, and follow your challenge progression from the app, provided you link either your XBL or PSN profiles to the service. Steam integration, unfortunately, is still [...]
Unless you've been living in a cave for the last few days, you'll know that there's been an eagerly awaited release this Tuesday gone. This time we're of course not talking Nexus, but in fact referring to Call of Duty Black Ops II. One...Show More Summary
Get stats on iOS and Android. Number crunchers rejoice: Black Ops 2 is now compatible with iOS and Android Call of Duty Elite apps.Click here to read the full article Related Stories Black Ops 2: GameStop sells more than 1 million copies...Show More Summary
The Call of Duty Elite app has been updated on iOS and Android to support this week's monolithic debut, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. You can use the app to check your career stats and recent match performances, edit your classes, and search...Show More Summary
Call of Duty: Black Ops II launched today, and with it comes a new update to the Call of Duty Elite app for iOS. In addition to support for the latest game, the app brings an “all-new iPad experience,” which includes a new feature called Elite TV that allows you to live-stream Black Ops II gameplay and multiplayer guides. As [...]Show More Summary
A new season of Elite TV is coming to Call of Duty Elite subscribers just in time for Black Ops II.