Activision officially shutting down Call of Duty: Elite service this Friday, recent users to get bonus XP in Ghosts

Activision has announced that Call of Duty: Elite service will be shutting down completely this Friday, February 28th. Call of Duty Elite was introduced back in Black Ops 1, which it was then in beta stage. It officially launched, alongside a premium membership with MW3. Elite set records for premium subscriptions, getting 1 million in a month. Elite lasted for MW3 and Black Ops 2 and provided a site and apps for all your stats, theater clips, and more.

With the launch of Ghosts, Activision has switched over to Call of Duty App features only, which is free and supports more platforms.

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Users who logged into to Call of Duty Elite after Jan 1, 2014 will receive two hours of Double XP in Ghosts in the near future.

As an extra thank-you for supporting Elite, users who have logged into the Call of Duty: Elite service since January 1, 2014 will receive two hours of Double XP in Call of Duty: Ghosts. This special bonus Double XP will show up in your Call of Duty: Ghosts profile soon.

If you’re looking for an FAQ, there’s one available here.

SOURCE: OneOfSwords

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