Windows 8, 10 Call of Duty App Receives Update
There isn’t an official Call of Duty game for Windows 8 tablets in the Windows Store and it will probably be a long while until we will see one. But what is available in the Windows Store is the official companion app for the Call of Duty. Also, it is the single app that Activision has released in the Windows Store, so don’t fall victim to the plethora of other Call of Duty spam apps and games that you might encounter upon.
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 official companion Call of Duty app for Windows 8 brings more features
According to the release note, here is what has been fixed in the official Call of Duty companion app for Windows 8 users – optimizations for Clan Wars stability and various other bug fixes that should make the app behave better, be more stable and more secure. And, indeed, after analyzing some fresh reviews and feedbacks in the Windows Store, the app does feel faster now.
The Call of Duty app for Windows 8 was launched more than one month ago, in the middle of November and back then we had included it in our top of the Best 10 Windows 8 Apps This Week. By using the app on your Windows 8 tablet, you will be able to compete in Call of Duty Clan Wars and experience Call of Duty: Ghosts On the Go. Download it following the link from below.
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