In the fall of 2011, Activision launched Call of Duty Elite, an online service that allows players of the popular first person shooter series access to their stats, as well as other features, via their Android and iOS apps. This week, Activision finally released an official Call of Duty Elite app for Windows Phone 8 devices.
As with the other mobile apps, the Windows Phone 8 version allows Xbox 360 and PS3 players of Call of Duty Black Ops, Modern Warfare 3 and the most recent game Black Ops 2 to check their personal stats in multiplayer games as well as any Call of Duty clans that the player might be a part of (sorry PC gamers; Call of Duty Elite is still MIA for that platform). The app also keeps track of Call of Duty online gaming leagues and allows the player to join competitions for the privilege of gaining clan-based experience points and digital badges.
The app also has access to Call of Duty Elite TV, a series of videos that offers players strategy tips, hints from the game's developer teams and more. Players can also watch their own recent online matches via the app.