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In today's gaming news round-up, we learn of an issue with the PC version of Batman: Arkham City, why PC gamers won't be getting a version of Ubisoft's I Am Alive and more.
Activision has announced that Call of Duty Elite, the stats and community service for players of the first person shooter series, has reached over 1 million paid subscribers in its first six days.
Activision plans to have Call of Duty Elite, the first person shooter stats and community service for Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3, fully functional by December 1
A Twitter message from Activision that cast some doubt on whether or not the Call of Duty Elite online service will be made available for PC users has now been refuted.
Activision has announced that its first person shooter Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 sold 6.5 million units in the US and the UK in its first 24 hours of release with over $400 million in revenue.
Due to issues that players have encountered while trying to sign onto the new Call of Duty Elite service, Activision has announced that paid premium members will get 30 days of additional service.
Today's round-up of gaming news includes word of further sign up issues for the new Call of Duty Elite online service, the promise of a new game from the LA Noire team leader and more
The newly launched Call of Duty Elite online community service for Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 is getting hit with too many registration requests at once, according to Activision.
Today's gaming news round up includes word of a delay in Call of Duty Elite for PC users, large layoffs annunced at Gameforge, a new version of Fallout New Vegas and more.
Activision has revealed that pricing for the premium features of its upcoming Call of Duty Elite online service will be $49.95 a year, which will include free access to Modern Warfare 3's DLC packs.
It's almost time for the weekend but before we head out to our various summer activities there were still some game news of note to write about. The first wave of invites to beta test the...
The upcoming and somewhat controversial Call of Duty Elite online gaming service should begin its beta test later today. Activision's community web site One of Swords is announcing that the first beta invites will be...
The Call of Duty game franchise is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, in the industry at the moment. With over 20 million copies sold of Call of Duty Black Ops alone since...
As part of its E3 2011 announcements, publisher Activision has announced that it expects to start closed beta testing for Call of Duty Elite, the upcoming social networking and game stats service for players of...
This week's official announcement about Call of Duty Elite has sent some hardcore players of the Call of Duty shooter series into a frenzy, and not in a good way. The upcoming online service that...
More details are being revealed about Call of Duty Elite, the newly announced social networking service for fans of Activision's first person shooter series. The service was officially announced on Tuesday after months of rumors...
Publisher Activision is wasting no time in getting players to try out its upcoming Call of Duty Elite multiplayer service. Officially announced earlier this morning after months of rumors, the Call of Duty Elite web...
Activision has announced the introduction of a new service that will act as a companion to the next Call of Duty game. Call of Duty Elite will provide players with exclusive maps and content, assuming...