Call Of Duty Elite Is Now Available On Your iPhone | Cult of Mac

Call Of Duty Elite Is Now Available On Your iPhone



Accompanying the launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 back in November was a new service from Activision called Call of Duty Elite, which allows gamers to do all sorts of fancy things outside of the game such as monitor their stats, customize their classes, view action reports from previous matches, and more.

Activision promised the service would make its way to the iPhone with an official Call of Duty Elite app, and today, it’s available to download for free from the App Store.

The app is divided up into four sections which allow you to access all sorts of information about your game, and customize your classes on the go. The Career Summary section provides extensive details on your progress over time, your kill/death ratio, your win percentage, and even how many hours you’ve spent on different game types.

Recent Matches allows you to access match reports from your last ten games, providing you with information on your kill/death ratio for that round, your highest killstreak, your biggest nemesis and victims, and even the scoreboard from the match.

Custom Classes lets you customize each of your classes from your iPhone, choosing everything from your primary and secondary weapons, your equipment, your perks, and your killstreaks. You can even change the name of each class. Once you’re happy with each class simply save it to have it pushed to your console.

Finally, the Challenges feature allows you to monitor your progress for every single challenge in the game. It’ll give you a percentage for each challenge and tell how many kills or how much XP you need to complete them.

If you’re a Call of Duty player, you need this app on your iPhone.


Daily round-ups or a weekly refresher, straight from Cult of Mac to your inbox.

  • The Weekender

    The week's best Apple news, reviews and how-tos from Cult of Mac, every Saturday morning. Our readers say: "Thank you guys for always posting cool stuff" -- Vaughn Nevins. "Very informative" -- Kenly Xavier.