Activision announced that Call of Duty Elite, the online service that launched in 2011 along with Modern Warfare 3, will cease to operate on February 28. The company said it has no plans to bring it back later, and encourages players to download the official application of Call of Duty for iOS and Android, which works with Ghosts and allows character customization and weapons in multiplayer.
Activision said the decision to close Call of Duty Elite was due to the support of the fans is not the same as in the beginning of the launch of the service. However, with the official app for mobile devices, users can enjoy Call of Duty Clans Wars, where players will compete for numerous material for Ghosts. However, the company says that the videos created for Modern Warfare 3 and Black Ops 2 using Call of Duty Elite, will still be available through the personal accounts of YouTube users, although the clan support will no longer be accessible.
Finally, to acknowledge the support of the active fans of Call of Duty Elite, it was announced that those who logged on to the service from 1 January 2014, will have two hours of double experience in multiplayer of Call of Duty: Ghosts. This award will appear on the official Call of Duty application soon, with an exact date to be confirmed.