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Activision deny plans to charge for Call of Duty multiplayer

Rumors are still around for a pay-to-play Call of Duty multiplayer.

Published Thu, Nov 25 2010 1:00 AM CST   |   Updated Mon, Oct 19 2020 1:40 PM CDT
Rumors are beginning to surface again of Activision implementing a subscription based model for their kinda popular Call of Duty. Supposedly Activision is waiting until the backlash will have less of an effect from the current sales of Black Ops.

Activision deny plans to charge for Call of Duty multiplayer |

There are claims that the subscription will begin with cheap membership that provides virtual goods such as special weapons and armor. This would of course increase to more expensive subscriptions that would give access to map packs which would then lead to eventually offering (when the time is right) they will then offer an "all access pass" to play games like COD, World of Warcraft and Starcraft 2.

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