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access_time September 6, 2011 at 1:21 PM in Features by AJ Dellinger

Call of Duty Elite: What’s Going to Cost You


For all the Call of Duty nuts that have been breaking open every piggy bank they have to make sure they’re going to be able to afford all the juicy bonuses of Call of Duty Elite, Activision has put together a handy little chart of exactly what you’ll get when you drop your last few pennies on the Premium product.

In essence, you’ll get access to everything Call of Duty, from DLC to a streaming TV channel. So take a look at the list below and see how deep into your pockets you’ll dig to get your fix.



  • Quakeman224 September 7, 2011 at 8:39 PM

    all I have to say. Its like Bungie Pro system. but that only thing it includes is able to render videos with render minutes and have 24 slots to upload while normally its only 6 and is about 4 maybe 5 dollars. this CoD Elite program is including a lot of things for 50 a year for all 3 platforms, which is about 16.65 average per platform for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. however most of it is really not worth it at all. Plus you have full access to the entire game in the first place without Elite. the only difference is having open DLC. access to special items. and stuff that is consider, a Free to Play system. Activision is a doing a good and bad idea at the exact same time. i know all CoD fans are going for this. however for people like myself. I do not need them. At least it opens up on what exactly Elite proposes.

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