Call of Duty Elite beta walkthrough video from Beachhead released

Friday, 22nd July 2011 15:54 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

One of Swords has posted a video walkthrough for Call of Duty Elite, which debuts in November and the public beta taking place now. The video below features team leaders at Beachhead, Chacko Sonny the studio head, and Noah Heller Elite’s product director. Another video we posted last week is here.



  1. Xuchilbara

    BATTLEFIELD 3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    #1 3 years ago
  2. Fin


    Nah bro, this article is about Call of Duty, did you not see the title?
    Maybe you have trouble reading though. That’s ok, it must be hard for you with all the words on the internet.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. Xuchilbara

    @2 – Yo BRO! It was a joke, mostly because BATTLEFIELD 3 does this WITHOUT their users paying a 9.99 sub fee that COD will try and rip from everyone of their “fans”.

    #3 3 years ago
  4. StolenGlory

    I love Battlefield 3 as much as the next guy, but can we please tone down the blatant trolling attempts?

    If CoD fans want to pay £9.99 for the premium features they can and if they don’t want to then they just don’t.

    Just because folks don’t love the same game as you do, doesn’t mean you should continually shit over it.

    It’s that sort of trolling that gives the rest of the Battlefield loving fraternity a bad fucking name, because believe it or not, the more well-adjusted folks within our ranks resist the temptation to be a troll on each and every CoD thread that pops up.

    #4 3 years ago
  5. KAP


    Well said man, well said.

    But with that said an opinion is fortunatly, just that. Im trying to get my head around why something like this is a paid service really?
    Battlefield 3 is a patch away from all that nonsence once its released.

    Dont get me wrong i love CoDs single player side. I just hate the multiplayer side to it.

    #5 3 years ago
  6. Rudemir

    @3, 4 and 5
    I find it amazing that most people still don’t understand what Call of Duty: Elite really is. In the basis it is a FREE service which will offer all the basic statistics, groups and all the other things we currently know about Call of Duty: Elite.

    The content of the paid subscription is still to be announced by Activision/Beachhead. Appart from exclusive competitions (read exclusive as in there probably will be competitions for the free section of Call of Duty: Elite) and the free map packs we still don’t know a thing about the paid subscription. Let alone the pricing.

    Activision won’t be stupid and let gamers pay for stuff their competitor is offering for free. I for one am looking forward to Call of Duty: Elite and I am very curious to the content of the paid subscription.

    #6 3 years ago

    Pretty amazing features for a free service.

    #7 3 years ago
  8. Xuchilbara

    “Activision won’t be stupid and let gamers pay for stuff their competitor is offering for free. I for one am looking forward to Call of Duty: Elite and I am very curious to the content of the paid subscription.”

    I can almost guarantee you, that the paid subscription will get “unlimited play time” or some “full access” to the game that non paid members won’t.

    Not only proving you wrong, but also proving to you, YES, ACTIVISION IS STUPID.

    #8 3 years ago
  9. Rudemir

    When you talk about ‘the game’ do you mean Modern Warfare 3 ? Or Call of Duty: Elite. Seeing as you strike me as a person with zero knowledge about the subjects it wouldn’t surpise me if you were talking about Call of Duty: Elite which isn’t a game at all.

    Multiple people involved with the development of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 have stated on multiple occasions that the multiplayer of Modern Warfare 3 will be and stay completly free. The paid subscription won’t give you acces to exclusive weapons or something. I do think it’s possible the paid subscription will give you early acces to the map pack or something and you would probably see that as high treason.

    Your guarantee is only based on your hatred for Activision they’re probably your Evil Empire or something because you have no proof whatsoever.

    #9 3 years ago
  10. DSB

    It speaks for itself when people jump at a few keywords out of an article, without at any point considering the actual substance.

    Of course Activision are going to get as much money out of CoD as they can, but I still haven’t seen the shadow of a subscription, a rushed MMO, or a pay-to-use stats service as the conspiracy fanatics described.

    The non-premium section of Elite seems to have as many features as every other one, in comparison.

    There’s no doubt that publishers are putting a lot of pressure on gamers as a whole these days, stripping games for DLC, launching proprietary clients aimed at marginalizing the independent retail market and malware DRM, but Elite is hardly the best example of any of that, based on what we know.

    #10 3 years ago

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