Call Of Duty: Elite service to close this week
Activision has decided to close their social networking service for Call Of Duty players, Call Of Duty: Elite.
The service had proven immensely popular with gamers when it launched alongside Modern Warfare 3 back in 2011 even with the 50 USD/35 GBP price tag for the Premium version of the service.
They completely dropped support for the service with Call Of Duty: Ghosts though instead opting for a mobile and tablet app to support the Ghosts community.
Call Of Duty: Elite's servers will be taken offline as of 10am PST (6pm GMT) on Friday the 28th of February.
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