When asked if Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood's multiplayercould fall under a subscriptionservice, as has been suggested with Call of Duty,Guillemottold MCV, "I'd say that CoD is already charging customers for its [online] service, as Activision are already launching DLC regularly, customers are already buying content.%26rdquo; Very catty.
But perhaps not unjustified.Inan interview with the Wall Street Journalin June, Activision CEO Bobby Kotickstatedthat he would have"Call of Duty be an online subscription service tomorrow%26rdquo; if he could. %26ldquo;I think our audiences are clamoring for it.%26rdquo; Er, sure, we're clamoring for new content, maybe... but probably not to give you more money to play a game we already own.
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