EA's Battlefield Companion now available for Windows 10 Mobile
In preparation for Battlefield 1, EA has gone ahead and released their updated Battlefield Companion app for Windows 10 Mobile (not for PC, unfortunately). The app launches on the same day as its iOS and Android counterparts, which is a nice nod from EA.
Regarding features, you should expect everything you can do from the web version but from the comfort of a native app.
Stay updated on the go with Battlefield™ Companion! Check your stats and customize your loadout. Design your own emblem and catch up on the latest news and videos. Battlefield Companion is a complete overhaul of the Battlelog App. You can access the old Battlelog App experience under the MORE menu or by visiting m.battlelog.com.
- CAREER Your new profile and identity of Battlefield. Here you can explore your stats and achievements and see how your friends are doing.
- CUSTOMIZATION Explore and customize your soldier's loadout while on the go - with full support for Battlefield 1.
- EMBLEMS The emblem editor and gallery makes designing awesome emblems for use in Battlefield a snap. Smart tools like the grid tool, zoom, and cropping makes the editing experience faster than ever.
- FRIEND LIST The friend list makes keeping tabs on your Battlefield friends easy. Get a daily summary of when your friends are playing or follow that favorite friend to know exactly when he or she is playing.
Supported games are Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 4.
The app weighs in at 21MB and looks to be compatible only with Windows 10 Mobile. Grab it from the Store now to get started.
Read our just published Battlefield 1 review for the Xbox One.
Download Battlefield Companion from the Windows Store
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