Game changing Call of Duty paid subscription in MW3

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Although it is hard to believe now, the new Call of Duty paid subscription in MW3 will be game changing. We know that you will find that a hard concept to grasp, as most fans of the franchise have been very vocal at how angry they are with Call of Duty Elite. However, it will have its benefits.

The thing is we need to look at the overall picture about how much it will cost us, which is not as much as you would think. Yes you will have to pay that monthly subscription fee, but for that you will be getting extra content and your new maps. We bet you will not be that much out of pocket once you have taken those factors into consideration?

It is not known how much the new service will cost, but if you factor how much you will pay for two to three new maps each year, then you might only end up paying maybe $15 to £30 per year on all the other extra content – not bad eh?

WSJ reports that Sony is convinced that other publishers would follow what Activision is about to do with MW3, but it takes a big game to offer such a subscription service. We will just have to wait and see on that one, but it will be interesting to see what other game franchises would be able to do such a thing?

Do you think that Call of Duty Elite and its subscription service is a game changer?

Also See: COD MW3 is $20 on Xbox 360 today

  • http://twitter.com/SnDin9 Sean Dinner

    No dedicated servers and a (more than) likely crappy PS3 port means no money from me. It’ll be interesting to see what they will actually being doing with multiplayer gameplay. Me thinks it’ll be all the same crap matchmaking and lag-fest central as usual.

  • http://twitter.com/SnDin9 Sean Dinner

    No dedicated servers and a (more than) likely crappy PS3 port means no money from me. It’ll be interesting to see what they will actually being doing with multiplayer gameplay. Me thinks it’ll be all the same crap matchmaking and lag-fest central as usual.

  • http://twitter.com/SnDin9 Sean Dinner

    No dedicated servers and a (more than) likely crappy PS3 port means no money from me. It’ll be interesting to see what they will actually being doing with multiplayer gameplay. Me thinks it’ll be all the same crap matchmaking and lag-fest central as usual.

  • http://twitter.com/SnDin9 Sean Dinner

    No dedicated servers and a (more than) likely crappy PS3 port means no money from me. It’ll be interesting to see what they will actually being doing with multiplayer gameplay. Me thinks it’ll be all the same crap matchmaking and lag-fest central as usual.

    • Randy Greaves

      Don’t forget the same old HACK FEST as well.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ben-Heath/100000008767926 Ben Heath

    I will never pay a monthy fee!!

  • Anonymous

    Game changer? Hardly. Many games and their online community offer players some of the items that Elite is supposed to be offering. I’m referring mostly to player stats, weapons stats etc and hints/tips etc. 

    Reading Activision’s intentions – its starting to feel like they’re putting a cost on what many people take for granted.

    I don’t normally stand for COD gamers but you folks are likely to be ripped off. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sam-Clark/605295025 Sam Clark

    Well old News and Wrong news there is NOT a paid subscription in MW3 they have confirmed this and even shown what you will in Call of Duty Elite and its free SACK your fact checker!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sam-Clark/605295025 Sam Clark

    Well old News and Wrong news there is NOT a paid subscription in MW3 they have confirmed this and even shown what you will in Call of Duty Elite and its free SACK your fact checker!!!