Call of Duty Elite, Activision's recently announced subscription based stat tracking oddity has many interesting facets, but one that's not been talked about too much is the mobile applications that will give users access to the world of Call of Duty on their travels. New apps for iPhone, iPad and Android are on the horizon and promise to go some way toward making the yet unspecified subscription free worthwhile.
Apparently not content with releasing a new Call of Duty game on a 12 month cycle, almost guaranteed to bring in billions of Dollars a year, Activision Blizzard will be launching a new paid-for subscription add-on for the mega-bucks franchise, according to the WSJ.
After the recent leak of information about Infinity Ward's Modern Warfare 3, the company has decided to push out some official information to try to take control of the story.
The next installment in the blockbuster Call Of Duty franchise will land on November 8th 2011, according to gaming blog Kotaku. The third game to feature the Modern Warfare moniker will feature huge battles in capital cities around the world including New York, London and Paris according to the site's sources.