Activision has today announced that its new Call of Duty Elite service, which provides users with a number of premium features. Has already signed up 1 million paying users, even after a troubled start for the service.
Activision issued a press release this morning detailing that out of the 1 million signups, the Gamestop chain of stores has been responsible for signing up a staggering 600,000 users alone.
Eric Hirshberg, CEO, Activision Publishing said in the press release.
“The demand for Call of Duty Elite at launch was so overwhelming, that for the first several days, the service did not perform up to our or our fans standards. I want to personally thank our fans for their patience. Our teams have been working around the clock to get the service scaled up to meet demand,”
“I’m very pleased to announce today that the service is now performing stably and anyone who wants to try Call of Duty Elite is now able to do so.”
The new Activision Call of Duty Elite service provides access to contests and events across all skill levels, as well as intel on weapons and map, stat trackers, and heat maps. Together with access to the Call of Duty Elite 1-Year Premium Subscription to get access to Elite Premium features and all the Modern Warfare 3 DLC.
Source: KotakuFiled Under: Gaming News, Technology News