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Call of Duty Elite for Windows Phone
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Call of Duty Elite for Windows Phone 8 updated, adds custom classes, challenges, and more

Seems like only yesterday we got Call of Duty: Elite for Windows Phone 8 (It was actually mid-March). Fast forward to today and we now have the first update to the app that adds a few features. Let’s check it out.

Disclaimer: You know I’m a Halo guy through-and-through, but I still can’t ignore an app that a lot of you will like if you’re COD fans and players. So what does version 1.1.0 bring to the table? You’ll be getting:

  • Custom classes – edit your custom classes and push them to Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
  • Challenges – view your in-game challenge progress for Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Modern Warfare 3.
  • Search – search and view other players’ and clan’s stats.
  • Push Notifications – get the latest Call of Duty news and updates directly on your device.

Call of Duty Elite for Windows Phone Screenshots

Those look like some fairly awesome features. I would love to edit my Halo 4 loadouts on my Windows Phone device when out and about. Looks like Call of Duty players have one thing I am quite jealous of. Maybe I should start playing a little or just wait for Call of Duty: Ghosts?

Call of Duty readers, how’s this latest update working for you? Anything else they need to add or is it fairly feature complete now?

You can grab Call of Duty: Elite right here in the Store for Windows Phone 8 devices, use the QR code below, or swipe to the right in our app.

Via: WMPU

QR: Call of Duty Elite

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Reader comments

Call of Duty Elite for Windows Phone 8 updated, adds custom classes, challenges, and more

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Challenges are working good but I cannot seem to choose weapons attachments in the app for a custom class. I can select the guns themselves but no attachment options e.g I have the ACR on a class click on it to choose a new attachment and nothing happens.

Tell me about it.. What a let down that was.. Hopefully, with Xbox One, more stuff like this will be integrated to our phones, one way or another.

Use the halo4 smartglass app. Waypoint is for reach.

You need to use the smartglass app for halo4

Nope CoD and BF both overated, it's just a simple arcade games.
Only realistic games is Arma and Red orchestra.
BF/CoD is for casual players, that's why they're so popular.

Cool, the custom classes stuff is a great addition, I could see getting some use out of that when I've got some free time and and wanna tinker with my setup.

Windows Phone 7.X? Please!? C'mon, just because Sprint is holding me back from new hardware doesn't mean I dont play COD.

This so much. I've bought every game since 4 and still can't get the stupid app. Thanks alot Activision. Damn money grubbers.

Like you Sam I'm a die hard Halo guy. I did play through the black ops 2 story and thoroughly enjoyed it, but I can't seem to get into the multi player. I've tried but everyone seems to be rude kids who are way more advanced than me. I wish they had something like Spartan ops with more of a story driven co-op feel to it. If any wpcentral gamers have the patience friend me on Xbox live, I'm willing to give it another try.