Call of Duty Elite was introduced with the launch of Modern Warfare 3. The premium service for everything Call of Duty was Activision's experiment to extend the product outside the boundaries of the game while providing a premium service for fans of the series. It also provided regular content updates which were also sold as premium DLC to non-subscribers of the $60 service. For the most part, it seems Elite was successful, but perhaps it was a bit confusing and burdensome for the more casual player.
Looking for a deal on a downloadable game? Got some spare change lying around? Xbox Live is loaded with a ton of deals this week on a bunch of great games, including some truly classic XBLA titles. Here's what we spot in terms of co-op.
Activision is still pumping out content for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Xbox 360 owners can now purchase "MW3 Collection 3" for 1200 MSP ($15). This collection has been tailored almost exclusively for co-op play. It features a new Special Ops Chaos mode, four new Special Ops missions, and three Face Off maps for the PvP lovers out there.
It pleases us to pass along Activision's awesome details of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3’s final Collection Packs of the Season: Collection #3: “Chaos Pack”, releasing on August 9th with the new Special Ops “Chaos Mode”, three new “Face Off” maps, and four new Special Ops missions, and Collection #4: “Final Assault” releasing on September 6th with five new multiplayer maps to conclude the season.
Xbox 360 CoD Elite users will be getting a content drop today for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, with three new faceoff maps (Vortex, U-Turn, and Intersection) becoming available. But the better news in the content drop is the availability of a new co-op mission called Artic Recon, which is pictured in the above screen.
Pop in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and receive a Double XP Weekend, minus the “end” part. If there was any time to level up your character like no other, it is now.
Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer have released details for the next Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 DLC pack, “Collection 2”. If you haven’t already received a message regarding some new achievements that were added to the game, which are currently unobtainable, then listen here and find out what you’re trigger finger will be in store for this May.
I know, I know. Most of you took your copies of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and threw them straight in the toilet as soon as that Black Ops 2 trailer hit last night. Never mind the fact that MW3 has a ridiculous amount of new content on the way. It's not just you. Take a look at the Call of Duty website. The current edition of the franchise has been reduced to a mere afterthought. Speaking of afterthougts, PC gamers are finally going to get MW3 DLC this month. Timely.
Finally, after a long time waiting, those of us who decided to forgoe the Call of Duty Elite bundle can now get their hands on this highly sought after DLC for Modern Warfare 3.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3's sales figures are underperforming. The fastest selling game of all time has sold less units than its predecessor, Call of Duty: Black Ops. This is according to analysts at Macquarie Equities. The actual numbers are not made public, so I guess we'll have to take their word for it. Hell, good enough for Gamasutra, good enough for me. Sales were most notably down in March, where the military shooter only perfomed half as well as it did at this time last year.
The spring gaming season is well underway and we've already seen a slew of co-op game releases, like Binary Domain, Journey, and Shoot Many Robots, where cooperative gameplay was a focus for the game from the start. Yet we've also seen some major AAA releases, like Mass Effect 3, hit store shelves where the addition of a multiplayer component is something new for the series; or an existing series, such as The Darkness II, swap it's formerly competitive multiplayer mode for a strictly cooperative one. Finally, you have the revival of older games that have had their format completely changed - leaving them ripe for the traditional player vs player multiplayer style to which we've grown accustomed - and still maintain the co-op gameplay (we're looking at you, Syndicate).
Special Ops fans, arm yourselves and prepare for battle! The new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 DLC trailer is here, and it's got explosions, snow mobiles, and AC/DC out the wazoo. We posted our impressions of Content Drop Collection #1 a couple of days ago, and we were, well, impressed.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3's first major content pack is upon us and with it comes two brand new cooperative missions. We went through the original Spec-Ops missions extensively and for the most part, these are some of the best Call of Duty set pieces to date, especially since they are meant to be experienced with a buddy. On top of these there's a handful of new maps for Modern Warfare 3's survival mode.
It was only last week we brought the official info of the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 content drop with it's two brand new Spec-Ops co-op missions. Now Actor Rob Riggle is bringing you the details of each mission, should you choose to accept it, in the latest video.
Modern Warfare 3 is getting it's first "content drop" on March 29th, which includes the first three maps that were previously only available to Call of Duty Elite subscribers as well as more content for March. The new content for March includes two Spec-Ops co-op missions; Black Ice and Negoiator. This "content drop" is purchasable by players who did not opt in for a premium Call of Duty Elite subscription.
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