The storm clouds over Activision's Call of Duty Elite service are receding, and a beam of light is shining down on it's new 'Green' status.
"Everything is running," said Daniel Suarez, vice president of production at Activision to Kotaku, pointing out that the service status has now gone green on the official status site.
"We have some kinks to work out still, but we're making fix[es] and updates to the service," he added.
Activision previously said it aims to have the service fully operational by December 1, and Suarez is confident it'll achieve that. "Going into the holiday we are confident in the stability of the service," he said.
"Overall functionality for the average user is probably at 95 percent. There are a few issues with clan invites, but we already have fixes in the works" added Suarez, pointing out that there are already 100,000 clans signed up.
Call of Duty Elite's premium 'Founder' subscribers will get an extra 30 days of membership free as compensation for the past month's issues.