Activision will announce its plans for Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 DLC "in a month or two," in addition to revealing the pricing structure for the Call of Duty franchise's Elite gaming service.
Speaking during a Modern Warfare 3 presentation at E3 yesterday, Activision product director Noah Heller responded to questioning about the pricing structure for Elite.
"The only reason I cant get deep into that is because we want to come back in a month or two, show what the MW3 DLC content is and then put a price on everything," said Heller.
He added: "Our benchmark though is other online services and we want to be cheaper. We want to be especially cheaper or comparable when you see the map pack value adding up to the total value of the subscription."
Heller was also keen to stress that much of Elite is free: "There's one thing I want to get across, you can sign up for free, you can use it for free and every feature here is supportive of being free." He added that there is a premium layer on top of the free features.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will be released worldwide on November 8.