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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3's Collection 1 Dated

Posted on Tuesday, March 13 @ 15:52:31 Eastern by

The not-so-Elite masses will soon enjoy the maps and Spec Ops missions that Call of Duty Elite subscribers have been enjoying for some time now. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Content Collection 1 bundles the Piazza, Overwatch, Black Box, and Liberation multiplayer maps with the Negotiator and Black Ice Special Ops missions.

The three new pieces of content, Black Box, Black Ice, and Negotiator will be available the same day for Call of Duty Elite members. Collection 1 will be available first on Xbox Live March 20th. The DLC collection will most likely run players 1200 Microsoft Points as it has in the past, but we're checking to make sure.

I'm actually surprised at how little fuss people seem to be raising over Call of Duty Elite since Modern Warfare 3's launch. Is Activision's experimental subscription service a success?


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