Posted on Saturday, November 19th, 2011 at 12:08 PM by Guest
Just a little over a week ago and the new Call of Duty game came out and what a trail it’s leaving! Like it or not, you cannot deny it’s having a lot of success however, the new social service Elite was due to shed it’s Beta state skin the same day as MW3 didn’t share similar success.
Activision admitted that they highly underestimated on the demand for the use of the service and was simply not prepared but never fear soliders, Elite is due to be up and running on December 1st. Speaking with G4, Activision’s Vice President of production, Daniel Suarez, said “the current goal is to have Elite online for everyone by December 1.”
As a “Sorry this didn’t work” message, Activision have thrown in a free month of subscription to Elite to everyone that has been affected by the service in the past week.
Least now there is some light at the end of the tunnel and hopefully Activision and Beachhead can keep this promise.
For Ray’s views on Modern Warfare 3 itself check it out here - only at Zero1Gaming.com
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