Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling tells GameSpy that Call Of Duty: Elite will allow players to report dodgy user activity, while in-house teams will monitor players on a daily basis to ensure fair play.
A lot of that stuff can be done through Elite that we can review,” says Bowling. “Then we have tools to report player stuff in game that players can use, and we’ll have entire teams monitoring and taking actions on those. That’s new for us. A lot of that stuff, the monitoring stuff, a lot of that was introduced in Black Ops but with Elite that is launching with Modern Warfare 3, we’re taking that in an all new area, having full teams dedicated solely to that."
Among many other features, Call Of Duty: Elite will give players an in-depth look at statistical details of their own performance and gameplay as well as that of the entire Call of Duty community, including heat maps, load-outs, stat trends, custom leaderboards, and integration of your Facebook friends.
Modern Warfare 3, which is being developer co-operatively with Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games, will launch on November 8th.