ANZ details on Call of Duty: Elite arrive

Local pricing and details for the Call of Duty: Elite service have emerged, with special deals for people who sign up at launch.

Call of Duty: Elite membership will cost 4000 Microsoft Points or AUD$64.99 on PSN per year.

The service, which aims to provide video content, sharing and leaderboard options, access to all Modern Warfare 3 DLC, a fully integrated hub for all social and competitive Call of Duty gaming, is launching alongside Modern Warfare 3 and will also be backwards compatible with Black Ops.

EB Games is reminding players that those who pre-order the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Hardened Edition will have the once in a lifetime change to achieve ‘Service Founder Status’ and be netting an AUD$25 saving on the service.

Call of Duty Elite will be operable on console, tablet, smartphone and browser when it launches this November.

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