Activision announced today in an email sent to Call of Duty: Elite premium subscribers that all Call of Duty: Elite premium features for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will be extended for free until March 1, 2013.
Call of Duty: Elite is a service that features lifetime stat-tracking across multiple games as well as social networking options. The service is free but there is also a Premium subscription-based version that offers monthly downloadable content, game analysis and strategies and access to Elite TV.
Call of Duty: Elite premium memberships for Modern Warfare 3 were due to cease with the release of the "Final Assault" download in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Season of Content, with all Elite Premium users reverting to the basic Elite services. In an email sent out today, Activision said the Premium services would be extended.
We are pleased to announce that we're extending your access to Call of Duty® Elite Premium features for Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® 3 until March 1, 2013. We hope you continue to enjoy the service and all the great features you are used to through your extended access period, and look forward to seeing you online.
A couple things to note:
We will be extending your access between 7:00 AM and 1:00 PM EST on November 8, 2012. You may notice a temporary Call of Duty® Elite service interruption during this time.
Your new extended access will not be visible when viewing your account details through Xbox LIVE or PlayStation Network. Rest assured, your access has been extended.
Your Activision and Beachhead Studio Call of Duty® Elite team
Activision announced last month that Elite's Premium services would be made available to all players for free for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. Activision wrote on its support page that those who recently purchased Premium subscriptions for Modern Warfare 3 will receive all the services and operations for the term fo their subscription.
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