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Initial Call of Duty Elite DLC Offering Starts January 24th

Posted on Tuesday, January 10 @ 11:49:46 PST by

Activision and Infinity Ward have announced the first DLC content for Modern Warfare 3 as part of Call of Duty ELITE's premium service to multiplayer shooters the world over. Two new multiplayer maps will join the retail release's rotation on January 24th via Xbox Live and later on PS3 and PC.

The trailer above details the first two pieces of content. Liberation is a large map set in New York while Piazza is an Italian seaside map. Both of these will also be playable in Survival mode. The next piece of ELITE content will be available in February, with two more following that in March.

For those not signed up for Call of Duty ELITE's Premium service, these five pieces of DLC will be collected for purchase together in March. All of this will debut on Xbox 360 first as per Microsoft's agreement with publishing giant Activision.
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