Call of Duty Elite Has Over 12 Million Users

Activision revealed today that Call of Duty Elite, the subscription-based service which offers enhanced content for Call of Duty multiplayer, has so far gathered over 12 million users. That’s four million more people than the population of New York City, and just a million shy of Tokyo’s. While that number is quite astronomical, only 2.3 million of those users are premium members (pay the annual fee). Oh wait, that’s also pretty damn astronomical.

While a free membership offers benefits such as online profiles and career stats, members who drop a Grant (that’s a $50 bill, children) get access to all DLC for a year as well as other web-based goodies.

We can only imagine the number of users will rise once Black Ops 2 releases on November 13th, 2012.

[Via IGN]

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1 Comment on Call of Duty Elite Has Over 12 Million Users

Evernessince

On August 3, 2012 at 5:35 pm

I don’t see the subscriber amount rising much more. They already have the market saturated with their product and the game isn’t going to change must. Thus leads me to believe that there is little chance of an increase in subs. It’s also amazing to note that there is less unique content in each new iteration of the series than a $2 civ. dlc for civilization 5.