Article written by cc_star.
Published on 15/07/2011 at 08:00 AM.
Call Of Duty: Elite, the online service designed to enhance the multiplayer experience of Call Of Duty, goes into a beta today as the first small wave of invites goes out to Xbox 360 users, with the PS3 beta to follow shortly.
Activision’s Beachhead studio, the development team behind Elite, have launched the second of the trailers promoting the largely free service, which enables extremely advanced stat tracking, a whole bunch of social network features, the ability to compete in tournaments for real cash prizes and a whole host of Intel on your game time designed to help you improve as a player, amongst many other things yet to be revealed.
The videos below are all shot in Black Ops’ theatre mode, which I thought was pretty impressive although they do highlight the need for Modern Warfare 3′s more advanced character models, which you’ll see a glimpse of at the end of the first video.
If these videos have whetted your appetite for Elite, you can see an extensive 30 minute developer preview over on the Activision community manager’s blog where the service is demoed in detail.