The lifetime statistics tracker for the Call of Duty series is getting the Shepherd treatment.

According to MP1ST, Call of Duty Elite is getting shut down this week. The Elite program was used to track a players statistics and achievements across multiple games of the Call of Duty franchise while offering the ability to share this information through various social network sites. The tracking system was streamlined alongside Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 in 2011, but was eventually replaced by the official Call of Duty App, which debuted alongside Call of Duty: Ghosts' 2013 release.

Activision will be offering two free hours of double experience to anyone who has logged into the Elite service during 2014. Call of Duty Elite will officially shut down for good on Feb. 28.