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Unless you've been living in a cave for the last few days, you'll know that there's been an eagerly awaited release this Tuesday gone. This time we're of course not talking Nexus, but in fact referring to Call of Duty Black Ops II. One of the most eagerly anticipated gaming titles of the year, if you're a big online player you're already likely a member of Call of Duty Elite. The good news is that following the launch of Black Ops II, the Android Call of Duty Elite application has been updated to support the title.
Elite now supports your career summary stats, recent matches, custom class editor and challenge tracker for Black Ops II. Additionally, theres a couple of additions not dedicated to the latest title. Clan HQ gives users the ability to search for and join clans, and Elite TV provides live streaming, multiplayer guides and "much more." The update is live in the Play Store now, so if you can tear yourself away from your console long enough, head on over and download a copy.
In case you haven’t heard (or have been in a bomb shelter for the past year or so) Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 was released worldwide yesterday, and if you forgot that there is an official Call of Duty Elite app for Android then you might want to go redownload it. The app has been updated to include support for Black Ops 2, and a whole new slew of features are awaiting you.
For starters, you’ll get a full stat tracker like you did with Modern Warfare 3. You’ll be able to view your career summary, view stats from recent matches, edit your classes and check your progress in challenges. That, we expected.
What’s new in the Elite app for Black Ops 2 is the ability to join and manage clans, and access Call of Duty Elite TV to check out live streams of in-progress matches, video walkthroughs and more.
Activision made all of this free back in mid-October so you won’t have to shell out another $50 for premium features. Elite Founder Status members don’t get anything special here, either, but if you bought Black Ops 2 then you can find your Founder emblems under the Barracks section of the multiplayer menu within the game itself. It’s not a bad app to have sitting on your phone at all so be sure to grab it from the Google Play Store if you’re still into the multiplayer craze that is Call of Duty.
It’s painful trying to pull myself from the TV this morning, as I’ve been paying Black Ops 2 non-stop and loving every second of it. Today, the official Call of Duty Elite app for Android received an update, bringing support for the newest title. With the Elite app, you can customize your classes, look over [...]
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Did you hear that Call of Duty: Black Ops II came out yesterday? Really? How could you not? It was in all the
papers blogs! Regardless, the game’s companion app, Call of Duty ELITE, on Android has been updated to include support for the newest in the CoD series. It’s also worth pointing out, after the newest release, Elite has had its premium mode excised in favor of a season pass model.
The companion app allows you to keep track of gameplay statistics, modify your classes, and join or manage clans via Clan HQ. There is also the new addition of Call of Duty Elite TV.
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Call of Duty ELITE is a premium service for players of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Activision launched a mobile app for ELITE members on iOS and Android, and it has been installed over 2 million times. With the success of the smartphone app, Activision is now working on a tablet version for both platforms.
According to Activision Product Director Noah Heller, they are “working on the tablet app right now, I can’t tell you much about it but what I can tell you is that it will be a truly native, customized application for the tablet, it’s not just a simple port.”
Optimized for a tablet’s larger screen, the app will most likely feature all the features of the smartphone app, and Heller didn’t deny the possibility of having live Heat Maps on the tablet while playing the game on your console or PC. You’ll need an ELITE account and a copy of Modern Warfare 3 on your console or computer to use the app. No other information is currently available, but we’ll be sure to post any news as we hear it.
Any ELITE members with tablets looking forward to this? Leave a comment!
Call of Duty fans have something to be excited for today, as T3 is reporting that a native tablet version of the ELITE mobile app is in the works. According to Activision Product Director Noah Heller, a tablet-optimized app was the natural next step, after the developer pushed over 2 million copies of the mobile title on iOS and Android. There are few details available just yet, though the game is said to be coming to both the iPad and Android tablets. It will offer a similar experience to what is now available on smartphones, meaning that you'll need an ELITE account and a copy of Modern Warfare 3 on your console or computer. We'll keep our ear to the ground for details as they trickle in.
Activision’s Product Director, Noah Heller, has confirmed to T3.com that a tablet version of Call Of Duty Elite is coming for both Android tablets and the iPad.
“We’re working on the tablet app right now, I can’t tell you much about it but what I can tell you is that it will be a truly native, customised application for the tablet, it’s not just a simple port.” Heller said in an interview with T3.
It seems from what we’ve gathered that Activision is developing it’s own version for the tablets. As Heller obviously confirmed by saying it wasn’t just going to be a simple port. He also eluded to the fact that there may be heat maps in the tablet game play.
The Call of Duty Elite mobile app for Android smartphones and iPhones has already topped the 2 million download threshold. We’re hoping to see a tablet version soon. According to Heller that tablet version will work seamlessly with the Elite experience on PC, Mac and Xbox.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is already one of the best games on consoles and PCs around. And as you might remember, we previously talked about how game developer Activision planned on introducing a social media element called Elite for Android, which would greatly enhance the overall experience of the game, right? Although the companion app encountered some delays, I am happy to announce friends that Modern Warfare 3 is about to get better than it already is— the Call of Duty Elite app is now available in the Android Market and ready for you to download. There are some pretty useful features too:
- Check your Career Summary for deep details on your multiplayer activity. Analyze your progress over time to see which areas you need to improve in and which areas you excel in.
- Review Recent Matches to track your performance on a match-by-match basis.
- View and edit your Custom Classes on the go. Push your changes into the game so you’re ready to play the moment you load up multiplayer.
- Track your Challenge progress to help you work toward the highest XP gains.
The big kicker among the features is being able to view and edit your Custom Classes on the go. That means you can make the necessary changes to your Class during your literature lecture or conference calls instead of having to wait until you get home and firing up your console or PC.
The Call of Duty Elite companion app is available free in the Android Market today or using the QR code below. While the Elite service is available for free, there’s also the ability to subscribe to the Elite service for even more features for a nominal monthly fee.
Call of Duty fanatics have been hard at “work” racking up kills in Modern Warfare 3 for a couple of months now, and Activision’s promised Android tie-in is now available in the Android Market. The Call of Duty ELITE app ties into the Activision service of the same name, allowing players to remotely access statistics and player loadouts. It’s not a stand-alone game – for that, you’d be better off trying the Modern Combat series of “inspired” Android shooters.
Players can use the ELITE app to check out their multiplayer statistics, including the ever-popular kill-to-death ratio. Perhaps more useful is the loadout editor: using the app, you can change what weapons and gear your virtual solider uses for the next time you enter the online arena. So, if you overhear your friend talking about how good he’s getting with his fancy new shotgun, it might be a good idea to swap out yours for a mid-range rifle before you face each other on the opposite side of a map.
You’ll need to subscribe to the Call of Duty: ELITE service before using the app, and have players in a t least a few recent multiplayer battles. At $49.99 a year for console players (the PC version isn’t out yet) it’s an expensive proposition, so the service and the app is only for the most dedicated of
cowadooty Call of Duty players. Initial reviews in the Android Market are not positive, citing a poor UI and buggy experience. Here’s hoping that these can be improved for Activision’s customers.
Enormous console and PC publisher Activision has released an Android app it’s calling Call of Duty ELITE, designed to let players of its world-consuming shooting series stay in touch with developments even while they’re not glued to the PC or Xbox.
The app pulls in data from the publisher’s ELITE freemium subscription multiplayer enhancement service, which collates stats from games played within Modern Warfare 3 – and lets you view data on your games and your friends.
Here it is. Looks like a rather quick port of the iOS code:
Players can also edit their custom classes from within the app, then push the data out to Modern Warfare 3 and use it in BATTLE. Hopefully that makes sense to some people out there.
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Call Of Duty ELITE App Lands In The Android Market, Lets You Monitor Progress And Make In-Game Changes Directly From Your Android Device
Users of Call of Duty ELITE have been waiting, and the moment is finally here: the Elite app just landed in the Android Market. The app allows you to monitor multiplayer progress with in-depth stat analysis, change your methods and plan new strategies based on recent gameplay performance, and incorporate edits into your loadouts directly from your Android device.
With the ability dive deep into your performance from recent matches, you can see exactly where you come up strong, as well as where you need to improve. From there, you …
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As if enough hours aren’t already consumed playing Call of Duty, Activision wants to make sure that the popular first person shooter is never out of reach. Call of Duty ELITE isn’t a game. It’s an app for viewing your Modern Warfare 3 stats and comparing them with those of other players. Yes, this freemium service is for the most hardcore of hardcore CoD addicts. You can even edit your custom class within the app and have it ready for you whenever you next boot up an online multiplayer battle, whatever that means. If you managed to find ten minutes to read this article, you obviously aren’t playing enough Call of Duty. Go get the app now.
Android Market Download Link: Call of Duty ELITE