Call Of Duty Elite Update: Subs, Founder Eligibility Extended
Call of Duty Elite’s launch issues are still being worked on by Beachhead which has promised it “will not rest until Elite delivers the full set of features we promised,” and is continuing to work around the clock to resolve the issues.
Every premium subscriber will get an additional 30 days of access for free, while the period of eligibility to become an Elite ‘founder’ has been extended until the end of November.
“Since Tuesday’s launch, Modern Warfare 3’s multiplayer has been working great,” reads a service update. “However, on Call of Duty Elite, we are having trouble scaling the service to meet demand. Many of you are trying to get in and unfortunately, you can’t right now. You’re frustrated, we know it, and we know we need to fix it. Our teams have been working non-stop to identify issues and resolve them as quickly as possible. Again, these issues have no impact on the performance of the game.”
Beachhead is deploying multiple additional servers and will “temporarily limit access to Elite services on both the console applications and website while we build additional capacity and scale.”
Sign up now and you’ll still get the additional month of service for free. Hit the link to keep an eye on the status of CoD Elite.