news\ Nov 18, 2011 at 3:35 pm

Call of Duty: Elite to be Fully Operational by Dec 1


Plenty of gamers have been looking forward to tracking their stats with the Call of Duty eliter service, many having even shelled out a full fifty bucks so to join the game's platinum membership program (which seems nuts to us, but you do get all the game's DLC for free). Of course, gamers can't be happy when they've spent $50 on something which has been broken since day one. Thankfully, Activision has plans to fix up Elite and get it running, though it may be more than a month out. 

Daniel Suarez, VP of production spoke on the issues with G4, and gave a specific start date for the program's official relaunch. 

"(Players) kind of have to bear with us while we bring this all back up, but for us it's literally 'Give us those couple weeks, we're giving those to you for free and come December 1 the goal is that we'll have everything up and running.'"

Will it be the worth the wait? It seems we'll find out after Christmas...

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