Rumor: Survey suggests online service for Call of Duty

Friday, 12th June 2009 16:47 GMT By Stephany Nunneley


A survey floating around the net suggests that Activision may be thinking of starting an online service for the Call of Duty franchise.

Apparently, this service would provide premium and timed exclusive content to the online multiplayer aspect of the game with early access to new content and online “support for competitive play.”

Of course this would cost players a fee, be it by month or some other form,  which might point at the “natural evolution” of a Call of Duty MMO Kotick mentioned once before.

Again, take all of this as rumor until something concrete is revealed.

Thanks, D’toid.



  1. anasui

    correct me if I’m wrong, are they going to make people pay for something that’s always been free?

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Gekidami

    Why not Anasui? It works for Microsoft.

    #2 6 years ago
  3. anasui

    yeh but its always been free for COD…or any FPS afaik

    #3 6 years ago
  4. Suikoden Fan

    I can hear the cries of miilions of pc users

    #4 6 years ago
  5. Mad-elph

    Maybe the idea is to get you caught on the idea of playing new campaings from WW 2, and you would go through them in full detail sort of in line with the events really happening. Each week or two there would be a new campaign, you keep paying monthly to get the next campaign but don’t have to rebuy the game, just the monthly…. this way you get to go through the whole war from any perspective in any of the areas of conflict. Sounds like a great idea, if this is the idea, MMO FPS with new actions on a regular basis. Then at the end of 4 years it starts all over again with a new technology of graphics.

    #5 6 years ago
  6. anasui

    sounds good, but I’m never, NEVER going to spend money to play a online FPS

    #6 6 years ago

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