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Call of Duty: MW2 and Black Ops – Online will remain free

We can all breathe a sigh of relief, as we have an update from both Infinity Ward and Treyarch, relating to recent concerns of the possibility of subscription models for Call of Duty online play.

Both companies have confirmed that this WON’T be happening in the future. As reported from TheSixthAxis, Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling issued a recent statement on Twitter clearing the air over the confusion.

Here is what he had to say: ‘No such plan exists for this or any other Call of Duty (including the upcoming Black Ops)’. This was backed up by Treyarch too, as Josh Olin also had a word to say on the matter:

“No, you will not have to ‘Pay to Play’ Call of Duty: Black Ops multi player either. Rumor -> Squashed.”

Good news then all around – we were starting to get worried for a moment. See what you almost did Pachter? Let us know your thoughts on this.



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