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Recently, something caught my eye while roaming around on the Call of Duty website. There were details posted (since removed) about Black Ops 2, revealing that there will be a Season Pass available. According to the information, this Season Pass is completely unrelated to Call of Duty Elite. Instead of Call of Duty Elite costing players their money to see in-depth stats, it will now be free. However, the difference is that all of the DLC’s for the year will not be included. If this information is legit, and it seems that it is, then buying a Season Pass is going to be the new way to prepay for all of the future DLC’s.
The details of what the Season Pass will actually cover are listed below.
CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS 2 SEASON PASS
4 EPIC DLC MAP PACKS – 1 GREAT PRICE AT $10 OFF*
Get 4 Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 downloadable content Map Packs, delivering a variety of new content, including Multiplayer and Zombies Playable content.
Save $10, at discounted suggested retail price of £34.99*
Content expected to be available in 2013 – following the game’s launch on 11/13/12
Check for availability at your local Game Stop or Best Buy.
*Based on Season Pass suggested retail price of £34.99 and four DLC Map Packs at a suggested retail price of $14.99 each.
**Season Pass and DLC Map Packs may not be available on all platforms or in all territories. Pricing and release dates may vary by platform.
The price of £34.99 that was listed roughly equals $55.00 USD. At this point, it isn’t confirmed that Call of Duty Elite will be completely free, but all signs are pointing that way. The likely outcome is that Call of Duty Elite and the Season pass will be completely separate, which is good news for most. How do all of you feel about these changes?