Activision's social network that launched with the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 continues to have problems. Call of Duty Elite, the much vaunted social and stat tracking service is still experiencing problems and continues to prevent players from logging in. The service has been operational sporadically since launch, which Activision has blamed on what it is calling "over subscription to the servers." The service's level of operation is often listed as 'intermittent,' much to the chagrin of players who are paying for it.
Beachhead, the new studio which is responsible for the service, says that it is "working around the clock" to fix the problem. That work, according to forum goers, seems to be affecting the multiplayer game servers, with users complaining about lag and connection failures. Last week Activision told Elite users that it had extended their membership by an additional 30 days because of all the problems. The company also delayed the launch of the service for the PC version of Modern Warfare 3 and also the mobile Elite app.
We'll have more on this story as it develops.