After launching for iOS and Android, free app now available for Windows Phone 8 devices.
Activision has released the official Call of Duty Elite application for Windows Phone, though it is compatible only with Windows Phone 8 devices. Similar to the iOS and Android versions, the Windows Phone Call of Duty Elite app is available as a free download.
The Call of Duty Elite app allows users to view their in-game Career Summary, featuring statistics like kill/death ratio, win ratio, and current level status. In addition, the app lets users review recent matches, check Clan statistics, and watch Call of Duty Elite TV.
Activision confirmed last month that a new Call of Duty will be released in 2013, though its title and developer have not been announced yet. This game is not expected to be as commercially successful as Call of Duty: Black Ops II due to "increased volatility" related to the upcoming console transition, among other things.
Oh that's it, I'm calling the Daleks to EXTERMINAAAAAAAATE every single one of you that is going to purchase this crap. The world is becoming full of well trained morons!
OOOh I have a windows phone, looks like its time to go get bo2 and a sub to elite so I can look at stats and stuff off my phone.
NOOOOT (in borat voice)
Lol, they're gonna launch it for Window 8 Phones, but still no Windows PC version. Not that I'm waiting for them to do so (I prefer Serious Sam over CoD-like games) but it's quite remarkable that they're going out of their way to release CoD Elite for just about everything (it seems) except the PC.
Finally! Can't wait for my new Win8 Phone to get here, though the old Win 7.5 is still going strong. I really wish they would catch on more as the OS is so much better than ios and android (android blows, had 2 phones and couldn't stand the closing out and crashing).
@nickpeck36 Agreed, android tries hard to do everything, resulting in poor performance, iOS... well, iOS is definitely more refined than WP8 and there are lots of good apps, but WP is fast, reliable and simple, with couple more updates and stronger support from developers it will be on par with iOS, if not better.
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