Call of Duty Elite developer Beachhead Studio is sorry for not delivering the service alongside console versions, and insists that work continues to make it happen.
"Unfortunately I don't have anything to announce today [about Elite on PC]," product director Noah Heller told VideoGamer.com earlier this week. "We're still working on it, it's a challenging problem. We need to ship a quality product for that community, we can't turn around and give them something that doesn't feel right. And so while I can't really tell you anything today, I'll tell you we're still looking at how best to get it done, we're still working on it, and we're still waiting to announce it."
He added: "I'm sorry, I know that's challenging to hear for a PC audience. But they should know that we don't want to treat them like a second-class citizen. It's the true answer."
PC Modern Warfare 3 players have yet to see any new maps and Activision hasn't said when the content will be made available - presumably maps will arrive bundled up as Content Collection 1 some point after the DLC set hits Xbox 360 on March 20.