We have had constant reports sprout up occasionally which indicate the arrival of a potential Call of Duty Subscription service. The latest report comes from the same old source, ModernWarzone on Twitter which is a reputable source on the Call of Duty world as they share a job listing that talks about CoD 2.0.
Call of Duty Subscription is coming soon?
Call of Duty is a FPS title that may need little to no introduction. Whether you know it by the campaign, multiplayer, zombie, or Warzone, the title now has its grounds set in many fields. However, some rumors early last year indicated that the title could be headed toward a subscription-based model.
There has been a recent trend of normalizing subscription models in the gaming industry. Outside of subscription services from publishers like Ubisoft+, EA Play, Xbox Game Pass, these are now in live service games like Fortnite and more recently, GTA+.
According to a job listing spotted by the account, a new job listing hints at the arrival of the model via CoD 2.0.
The good news is, the service may only cost a flat $70 for the year, and this will guarantee you a year-long battle pass subscription, paired with a full Call of Duty title.
This isn’t the first time a Call of Duty Subscription has been in the cards. Way back in the PS3/Xbox 360 days, fans may remember Call of Duty Elite which lasted from 2011 to 2014.
The service amassed a million signups in only 6 days, but was shut down in 2014. The model wasn’t a trend in its time, but with the new trend being observed by publishers and games themselves, perhaps Activision is looking to revisit the potential of bringing the model back?
Does the prospect of $70 for a year worth of battle pass, and the COD title of the year entice you? Let us know what you think of the new approach in the comments section below!