Call of Duty Companion App for Windows 8, 10 Now With Asset Optimization

By: Radu Tyrsina
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In the past, we covered two important updates which Call of Duty for Windows 8 received – one which brought a DLC pack and another one which brought optimizations for Clan of Wars.
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Those who enjoy the awesome Call of Duty game on their Xbox, PlayStation or even on the PC through Steam, will be happy to make use of the official Windows 8 companion app for more features and options. Even more now, that it has received the latest update which, according to the official changelog, brought the “Create-A-Solider” asset optimization. At the moment, the app is available in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian languages and, unfortunately, won’t work with Windows RT.

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Call of Duty for Windows 8 welcomes new assets

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To access the new Call of Duty® app, please create a free Call of Duty® account from the login page, or use a pre-existing Call of Duty® Elite account username/password. Your Call of Duty® account will need to be linked to an Xbox Live, PlayStation® Network or Steam profile that has played at least one multiplayer match in a supported Call of Duty®: Ghosts game. The Call of Duty® app provides a new tablet experience designed to work hand-in-hand with Call of Duty®: Ghosts.

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